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 Name||Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii|
|Common Name||Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy or Yellow Ox Eye|
|Key Features||Spectacular 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.|
|Size||Growing to 50cm high and 50cm wide.|
|Position||A very hardy plant which tolerates full sun, frost, heat and humidity.|
|Cultural Notes||Low maintenance: remove spent flowers to encourage re-bloom. Ensure a fertile, humus-rich, moist, but well-drained soil for best results.|
|Landscape Ideas||A 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.|
- Attracts pollinators.
- Beautiful cut flower.
- Ideal in pots or garden.
- Heat and humidity tolerant.