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Rudbeckia

  • Scientific Name: Rudbeckia hirta
  • Garden: Beneficial Insects and Compost Garden
  • Plant Type: Herbaceous Biennial
  • Evergreen/Deciduous: Deciduous
  • Sun/Shade Exposure: Full Sun or Part Shade
  • Moisture Requirements: Moist, Well-Drained

Plant Information

Gloriosa daisies are a strain of black-eyed Susan that was developed in the United States and is now grown world-wide. Gloriosa daisies are actually biennials or short-lived perennials but are often grown as annuals because they bloom the first year. Morphology: This form of daisy features petals in shades of yellow, gold, and mahogany. The center of the flower is brown. Bloom is often 6” inches across and comes in both single and double forms. The plants are very erect and have thick stems which may grow up to 3’ high. Adaptation: Gloriosa daisies are superb, long-lasting cut flowers and cutting encourages the plants to send out more blossoms. They grow well in almost any soil, in full sun or part shade and look good in beds and borders. Pests: None reported

Data Source

www.pnwplants.wsu.edu

Photo Credit

RUHI full PAS (©2020 Pat Stephens), RUHI flower1 PAS (©2020 Pat Stephens)
About the Master Gardeners Natural Gardens
The demonstration gardens are meant to show different ways to practice earth-friendly techniques at home. There are eight beautiful backyard example gardens that fit any yard size or preference.
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