Rudbeckia - Black Eyed Susan - Flower Seeds

Good for Bees

Rudbeckia - Black Eyed Susan (Approx 80) in a hand sealed kraft envelope.

Rudbeckia Black Eyed Susan is a beautiful clump/ bush forming plant. It's flowers are slightly smaller than other varieties, but they are more vigorous and plentiful. Creating a sea of beautiful bright yellow flowers that will carry on throughout the summer and into autumn. This variety of Rudbeckia gets its name 'Black Eyed Susan' because of the stark contrast between the deep black center of the flower and its bright and colourful petals. It's a perenial that is loved by Bees and Butterflies and will look as great in the forefront and center of your borders as it would in pots and planters.

When To Sow - When In Flower


Growing Tips:

To ensure the highest rate of germination and to account for the unpredictable British weather, grow these indoors on a warm sun soaked window cill or inside a greenhouse. Once the seedlings are large enough, you can then begin to plant these into pots. If the weather allows, you could also plant directly into your vegetable plot.

Keep well watered if planting indoors, but do not allow for the soil to become consistently soaked. This can cause mould, hinder root development and be detremental to the plants health.

Note: Images for illustrative purposes only, variety and type may differ from those photographed, as well as soil conditions and weather can all impact on growth or harvest expectations.