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Rudbeckia hirta Cherry Brandy

seeds of this Beautiful Rudbeckia hirta Cherry Brandy. Perrenial/Biannual 3 to 4 inch cherry-red petals surround a dark chocolate center on the worlds first red flowered Rudbeckia from seed. This easy to grow variety should be deadheaded throughtout the season for improved blooming.
Rudbeckia hirta Cherry Brandy

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Seeds from this Beautiful Rudbeckia hirta Cherry Brandy. Perennial Biannual to 3 to 4 inch cherry red petals surround a dark chocolate center on the worlds first red flowered Rudbeckia from seed. This easy to grow variety should be deadheaded throughout the season for improved blooming.



Rudbeckia hirta Chocolate Orange

seeds of Rudbeckia hirta Chocolate Orange a Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy. This 18"-24" eye catching perennial is hardy in zones 5-10. This plant is suitable for xeriscaping and is a drought tolerant plant that prefers full sun to part shade.
Rudbeckia hirta Chocolate Orange

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Here I am offering seeds from Rudbeckia hirta Chocolate Orange, also known as Gloriosa Daisy, and Yellow Ox eye Daisy. This plant is very drought tolerant and sports maginificent blooms which make it a favorite of the birds, bees, and butterflies. This perennial prefers full sun to part shade and grows to about 2 feet high. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 10



Rudbeckia occidentalis Western coneflower

seeds of Rudbeckia hirta Rudbeckia occidentalis western coneflower.  It is native to the northwestern United States from Washington to northern California and east to Wyoming and Montana, where it grows in moist habitat types, such as meadows. It is an erect perennial herb This 3-6 foot eye catching perennial with its large brown center with wonderful green petals is hardy in zones 5-10 seeds of Rudbeckia hirta Rudbeckia occidentalis western coneflower.  It is native to the northwestern United States from Washington to northern California and east to Wyoming and Montana, where it grows in moist habitat types, such as meadows. It is an erect perennial herb This 3-6 foot eye catching perennial with its large brown center with wonderful green petals is hardy in zones 5-10
Rudbeckia occidentalis Western coneflower

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Seeds from Rudbeckia hirta Rudbeckia occidentalis western coneflower. It is native to the northwestern United States from Washington to northern California and east to Wyoming and Montana, where it grows in moist habitat types, such as meadows. It is an erect perennial herb This 3 to 6 foot eye catching perennial with its large brown center with wonderful green petals is hardy in zones 5 to 10.



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