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Model #R002CL

1 gal. Black-Eyed Susan Plant

  • Daisy-Like Golden Petaled Flowers from Summer to Fall
  • Easy to Grow in Average Soil and a Sunny Site
  • Deer and Drought Tolerant
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Product Overview

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Internationally acclaimed, popular for over 50 years. This compact, 18 in. tall x 24 in. wide perennial sports unique blooms that have 1-2 in. wide, golden yellow petals which encircle a nearly black cone of disc shaped flowers. Blooms from mid-summer to mid-fall. Long-blooming, low maintenance, and long-lived. Plants have handsome foliage and every perennial garden should have a few of these fast-growing coneflower daisies. Plants tolerate wet and poorly drained soil, wind, salt and heat. Deadhead to prolong bloom and to keep plant tidy. Or leave the first sturdy seed stalks for winter interest. If birds do not eat all the seeds over winter, plants will self sow, creating more plants for your pleasure. Pair with Caryopteris, Pennisetum, or Perovskia for textural contrast.
  • A native North American wildflower
  • Fast growing perennial
  • Popular gold Coneflower daisy
  • 1999 Perennial Plant of the Year
  • Ships in a 6 in. tall & wide black nursery pot
  • This plant is a perennial, which means each it will re-grow each year. Be aware that it will die back to the ground each winter; and, while it may look dead during this season, it is simply conserving its energy so it can grow again in Spring
  • Performs best in plant growing zones 3 to 8, when grown in other zones, special care requirements will be needed to protect the plant from extremely hot or cold conditions
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 18 in. away from other plants or structures
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 18 in. away from other plants or structures
  • When shipped as a bare root plant, the shake and ship system has been used to remove soil from roots

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
24
Mature Width (in.)
18

Details

Average Shipping Height (in.)
8
Best Time to Plant
Year Round
Blossom Color
Yellow
Botanical Name
Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm
Common Name
Black Eyed Susan
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Growth Habit
Clumping
Hardiness Zone
3 (-40 to -30 F),4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F)
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
18
Returnable
180-Day
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
Birds
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

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Why can’t I buy them by the flat ?

Asked by Pudge December 7, 2019
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Hello, at the current time, we only grow these in 1-gallon pots.

Are they ok for dogs to be around, .

Asked by Holdday July 1, 2019
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I guess

How many inches across are the plastic pots that these 1 gallon plants are sold in? I am trying t...

Asked by MM June 24, 2019
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6-8 inches. The plants are beautiful, but small. Especially for the price.

Are these plants free of Neonicotinoids?

Asked by Peter June 24, 2018
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Yes, Peter, because the Black-Eyed Susan attract beneficial pollinators, our plants are grown without use of neonicotinoids,

Will this plant come back next year

Asked by Welcome June 20, 2018
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It hasn't come back. Almost every plant I've bought from Home Depot has died.

What variety of black-eyed Susan is this?

Asked by Janie May 22, 2018
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This is a perrienial plant that produces a large amount of blooms, is deer and wildlife resistant, and attracts butterflies.

I put it in a shady spot, now it's not growing, If i move it to Sunny spot. Will it still grow or live?

Asked by Michael June 5, 2017
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yes it will........name it...susie...the black eyed susan....

Can this be planted in a container and survive NY City winters?

Asked by Sukieseb April 13, 2017
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Yes, they can be planted in containers, but I think you will have to bring them inside to a sunny location for the winter.

Does this plant spread through a root system or does it remain in s clump?

Asked by Maryk April 6, 2017
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This plant will spread through seeds.

Will more plants come next spring from the seeds of plant if I sprinkle them around this fall?

Asked by Sue August 7, 2016
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Yes, they should if you have properly dried and separated the seeds. I would recommend planting them next spring so they will have time to establish a good root system before cold weather.

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Excellent product, fast delivery and acclimated quickly to my garden
Excellent product, fast delivery and acclimated quickly to my garden
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Received the two plants if you can call them that. For 1 gallon plants at this price I received basically seedlings less than an inch tall smashed together in one box. Two in one pot of which one is bug eaten leaves and in the other pot barely 1/4" tall and only one showing. Very disappointed and trying for a refund. We will have to see what Customer Service says. I would never have bought these at this price if they had been in their garden store.
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Plants arrived in good condition. Planted them the next day, according to the instructions, usin...
Plants arrived in good condition. Planted them the next day, according to the instructions, using Miracle Grow. Dead 2 days later.
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The plants do not seem particularly healthy and I don’t...
The plants do not seem particularly healthy and I don’t think that packing them tightly is a particularly good way to ensure their durability. In the future if I were to purchase plants fromHome Depot, I would only do so on site.
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When I got the Black eye Susan plant both of them were almost,dead. One of them didn't last,a week.
When I got the Black eye Susan plant both of them were almost,dead. One of them didn't last,a week.
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One plant died . I watered every day...
One plant died . I watered every day and some times 2x day. But still died.
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! I will never purchase a flower from Home Depot again! The flower does not look anything; like t...
! I will never purchase a flower from Home Depot again! The flower does not look anything; like the one pictured. A totally waste of money!
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The plants arrived and are healthy. I was somewhat...
The plants arrived and are healthy. I was somewhat disappointed at their size. I realize that all seller pictures are of mature plants, but those pictured in the ad from which I ordered were in the advertised containers, but were mature and blooming. Those that arrived are no where near being mature enough to be blooming! They will bloom, some day, I suspect, but I had expected just a bit more mature plants.
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