Winter survival with copper rays
Brown-eyed Susan, Golden Jerusalem
Rudbeckia Russet Glow is a perennial plant with a unique needle shaped ray petals, a rich copper red flowers which develops into a golden orange with age. Long flowering season from July to October.
Rudbeckia hirta is native in Eastern and Central North America, and it is considered the "State Flower" of Maryland The plant also is a traditional Native American medicinal herb in several tribal nations; believed in those cultures to be a remedy for colds, flu, infection, swelling and for snake bite. Today Rudbeckia is widely cultivated as a garden plant.
City gardens, Outdoor garden, Roof garden,
Compact habit, strong stems and rich flowering power in shades of red, copper and orange.
Use for summer bedding schemes, borders, containers, wildflower gardens and prairie-style plantings. Use also cut flowers to make original flower arrangements for indoor decoration.
Rudbeckia does not require a lot of maintenance and survive the winter in most climates, meaning it is a good choice for public gardening and garden benches with low maintenance planned.