Rudbeckia Indian Summer
Rudbeckia Indian Summer, commonly called black-eyed Susan, is a common Missouri native wildflower which typically occurs in open woods, prairies, fields, roadsides and waste areas throughout the State. It is a coarse, hairy, somewhat weedy plant that produces huge flowerheads (6-9” diameter) that add bold, stunning color to borders. Plants of this species are sometimes commonly called gloriosa daisy. Great for borders, cottage gardens, wild gardens, meadows, mass plantings and cut flowers.
Starter Plugs: From Seed
Location: Full Sun
Color: Leaves are fuzzy dark green, Flowers are bright yellow rays and purplish-brown center disks
• Your plug plant order will take approximately 12-14 weeks to grow, from seed or cutting to rooted plug plant. YOU ORDER --> WE PLANT --> WAIT 12-14 WEEKS TO GROW --> WE SHIP TO YOU!
• Plug Plant availability is subject to change depending on availability of seeds/cuttings at the time of your order.
• Photo is of plant in Full Bloom. We sell starter Plant Plugs which are small plants with an establishing root system. All plugs should be transplanted to appropriate pots to establish roots before being planted in the ground. Additional information for growing plants in your area can be searched on the internet.