Rudbeckia--Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy

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Rudbeckia--Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy

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The many types of rudbeckia tolerate most soils if given full sun. Flowering is more profuse when the faded blossoms are removed. The flowers are useful for cutting. Rudbeckia grows one to two feet tall and is spaced 15 inches apart. Some of these plants can become weeds if not kept under control.

Rudbeckia seed may be planted directly into the garden. The seed germinates in 5 to 10 days at temperatures between 70 to 75 degrees. Seed started indoors germinates more quickly. Barely cover the seed. The plants wilt for one or two days after transplanting. Propagate perennial types by division.

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