Black-Eyed Susan ‘Indian Summer’, Rudbeckia hirta - 50 seeds avg.
A gigantic 4-7” blooms that is long-lasting. A favorite!
- A cool-season hardy annual that prefers full sun.
- Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before planting date or cast seeds directly in the garden.
- Do not cover seed; allow 7-14 days to germinate.
- Ht. 36"-48".
- Space 12" apart in the garden.
- Winter hardy in zone 5 and south.
Keep the Blooms Coming:
- Rudbeckia stems grow from a cluster at the base of the plant.
- To encourage more stems to develop, make harvest cuts at the base, two to three inches above ground level.
- For the brightest and freshest cut flowers, harvest just after petals have unfolded.
Chris V. (verified owner) –
Iowa, United States
Janet Sheridan (verified owner) –
Florida, United States
The seeds just started to germinate, very anxious to see them get big!
Catherine K. (verified owner) –
Utah, United States
Dawn H. (verified owner) –
Pennsylvania, United States