Little Gold Star Rudbeckia

Little Gold Star Rudbeckia, commonly known as black-eyed susan, blooms from midsummer to early fall in a vibrant shade of golden yellow. It grows extremely well but try to give it full sun for the best flowers, but if not, it doesn’t mind some slight shade. These low-maintenance flowers are extremely resistant to disease and won’t be bothered by deer or rabbits much. In the drier parts of summer, it will do just fine in moderate drought conditions. Give it moderately fertile soils and it will reward you with a carpet of gorgeous flowers atop 14′ stems that are perfect for cutting and using in a vase.

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