Rudbeckia maxima

(Black-eyed Susan)
Rudbeckia maxima
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A tall, elegant plant with handsome grey-green, waxy, oval leaves forming a dense clump. Stiff, upright stems, which sometimes break into short branches towards the top, bear a large, yellow slim-petalled flower with a very tall upright green cone-like centre that turns brown as the stamens appear.
9cm (£5.40)?
Delivered in 7 - 10 days
£5.40  each OR £15.30 for three

Flower attributes

Colour: Yellow

Flowers: August, September, and October


Soil: Well-drained

Planting position: Sun

Height x spread: 150cm x 90cm


Wildlife Friendly

Care advice

A hardy perennial, this dies back in autumn and grows again in spring. Originating from damp woodlands of North America this is probably best grown in a soil that does not dry out. Hardy to -10 degrees or more.