Rudbeckia Little Goldstar

‘Little Goldstar’ is a compact, floriferous variety, bearing bright yellow blooms from mid-summer through to autumn. Its stout stems reach to a height of just 50cm, so it’s perfect for growing in a pot or at the front of a border.

Botanical NameRudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii
Common NameBlack-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy or Yellow Ox Eye
Key FeaturesSpectacular golden-yellow starburst-shaped flowers are adorned with a dark central cone. Mature plants can produce up to 70 flowers across a season, attractive to beneficial pollinators.
SizeGrowing to 50cm high and 50cm wide.
PositionA very hardy plant which tolerates full sun, frost, heat and humidity.
Cultural NotesLow maintenance: remove spent flowers to encourage re-bloom. Ensure a fertile, humus-rich, moist, but well-drained soil for best results.
Landscape IdeasA spectacular plant for pots, borders, rockeries, garden beds or lining pathways. Plant en masse to enjoy the sheer volume of flowers. Cut flowers are fantastic in floral displays.
Water RequirementsLow
  • Attracts pollinators.
  • Beautiful cut flower.
  • Ideal in pots or garden.
  • Heat and humidity tolerant.