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Zone: 4 to 10Perennial
|Blooms mid-summer to early autumn|
Cultivar Notes - 'Little Goldstar'
Destined to become the new standard, this new introduction is a terrific improvement over ‘Goldsturm’. While ‘Goldsturm’ can stand waist-high in bloom with tall, wispy flowering stems, ‘Little Goldstar’ is a much more compact, proportional plant. Standing just knee high, this plant forms a bushy, short clump of rich green foliage covered with a dome of closely spaced, starburst-shaped, 2-2.5”, golden yellow blossoms held just above the foliage. Very well-branched scapes carry loads of flowers from midsummer through early fall. Over 80 flowers have been counted on a single plant, making this selection more floriferous than 'Goldsturm'.
Genus Notes - Rudbeckia
This genus of North American natives are rugged perennials that thrive in a wide range of soils; all they demand is lots of sun. Black-eyed Susan is very easy to naturalize. All have yellow daisy-like flowers with dark cone-shaped center. Excellent for mass color display in the sunny border. A landscaper's and gardener's favorite for mid- to late summer color.