Rudbeckia fulgida var speciosa - Showy Black Eyed Susan
Blooms from midsummer through fall on dense plants from two to four feet high with yellow-orange flowers. . A good nectar source, Rudbeckia fulgida is visited by butterflies and other pollinating insects.
Native to the eastern Midwest, it does best in full sun to light shade in a rich soil. Prefers consistent moisture and becomes more drought tolerant once established. Price is for 6" pot.
Available after 4/15