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Rudbeckia subtomentosa Sweet Black-eyed Susan

Ruellia Brittonia, the variety is Chi Chi. These are drought resistant perennials for zones 8 and above. The plant is also known as Mexican Petunia and the pink is a very hard color to find color in this plant. The plants, when covered with masses of these 1 inch flowers, give your garden a bright spot always. They grow to 30 and can fill in a dry and sunny area in no time at all. They are in blossom from April thru October with almost continuous blooms. This plant does reseed easily and also form runners for extra plants.
Rudbeckia subtomentosa Sweet Black-eyed Susan

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Seeds from Ruellia Brittonia, the variety is Chi Chi. These are drought resistant perennials for zones 8 and above. The plant is also known as Mexican Petunia and the pink is a very hard color to find color in this plant. The plants, when covered with masses of these 1 inch flowers, give your garden a bright spot always. They grow to 30 and can fill in a dry and sunny area in no time at all. They are in blossom from April thru October with almost continuous blooms. This plant does reseed easily and also form runners for extra plants. Zones 8 to 11.



Rudbeckia triloba Brown Eyed Susan

seeds Rudbeckia triloba Browneyed Susan, Brown-eyed-Susan, Thin-leaved coneflower, Three-lobed Rudbeckia. This biennial makes an excellent, self-sown flower in a mixed border or wild garden. It reaches up to 5 feet tall and has a long-lasting, spray of small, daisy-like blossoms in bright yellow with purple-black centers. The flowers are beautiful in late summer bouquets. seeds Rudbeckia triloba Browneyed Susan, Brown-eyed-Susan, Thin-leaved coneflower, Three-lobed Rudbeckia. This biennial makes an excellent, self-sown flower in a mixed border or wild garden. It reaches up to 5 feet tall and has a long-lasting, spray of small, daisy-like blossoms in bright yellow with purple-black centers. The flowers are beautiful in late summer bouquets.
Rudbeckia triloba Brown Eyed Susan

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Seeds Rudbeckia triloba Browneyed Susan, Brown eyed Susan, Thin leaved coneflower, Three lobed Rudbeckia. This biennial makes an excellent, self sown flower in a mixed border or wild garden. It reaches up to 5 feet tall and has a long lasting, spray of small, daisy like blossoms in bright yellow with purple black centers. The flowers are in late summer bouquets.



Rudbeckia triloba Red Sport

Seeds of Rudbeckia triloba Red Sport.  This special strain of  R. triloba has a mixture of reds & rusts.  A butterfly attractor, this Midwestern native grows 3 to 6 feet tall by 2 feet wide. Seeds of Rudbeckia triloba Red Sport.  This special strain of  R. triloba has a mixture of reds & rusts.  A butterfly attractor, this Midwestern native grows 3 to 6 feet tall by 2 feet wide.
Rudbeckia triloba Red Sport

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Seeds from Ehretia rigida - Puzzle bush. This is a deciduous small tree or shrub, usually multistemmed, with an untidy rounded crown. Growing up to 10 feet in zones 8b-11 in full sun. It has tangled branches which arch downwards or droop. This rather haphazard look gives it its common names, puzzle bush. The leaves can be smooth or covered with stiff hairs that are rough to the touch. It has small leaf stalks of about 1 inch long. The flowers grow in dense clusters on the branches. These pale mauve, blue or white fragrant flowers can only be seen in spring. The puzzle bush is becoming very popular as a garden plant because it is hardy and drought resistant. very attractive to birds and insects and is therefore a wonderful addition to the wildlife garden. It can be pruned to make a shape and can also be used as a hedge in a garden. Ripe fruits of this plant are edible but not tasty. ery attractive to birds and insects and is therefore a wonderful addition to the wildlife garden. It can be pruned to make a shape and can also be used as a hedge in a garden. Ripe fruits of this plant are edible but not tasty. It can easily grow from seed and cuttings. Use river sand or a mixture of river sand and compost to sow the seedlings. They should be sown in a seedling tray and be covered with a thin layer of sand. Do not sow the seeds too deeply.



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