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Brown-eyed Susan 'Triloba'
Unavailable in 2017
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|Blooms late summer to early autumn|
Cultivar Notes - 'Triloba'
Triloba produces masses of small, flat-faced, yellow daisies with short, wide petals and chocolate brown centers from August through October. Plants are freely branching with masses of flowers. Great in the garden and as a cut flower.
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.