(Rudbeckia triloba) Native wildflower produces colorful mounds of 2" yellow flowers. Plants bloom from June through October and are a popular nectar source for butterflies and other pollinators. A wonderful addition to wildflower meadows, prairies, and cottage gardens. Plants are easy to establish and will reproduce themselves by self-seeding. Approx. 500 seeds/pkt.
CULTURE: As soon as soil can be worked, sow seeds 1/8" deep into a prepared garden bed and water thoroughly. Germination will occur in 7-30 days, depending on soil temps. Plants prefer full sun to partial shade. Established plants require little care.