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Rudbeckia

Scientific Name:  commonly known as Black-eyed Susan or Coneflower, is a genus in the Asteraceae family

Height: The flowers typically range from 5 – 10 cm (2 to 4 inches) in diameter, and the plants themselves can grow between 30 – 90cm (1 to 3 feet tall), although some varieties can reach up to 1.8cm (6 feet).

Days to Maturity: Rudbeckia has a maturity period of 100-120 days. This means that from the time of planting, it will take approximately 100 to 120 days for the plant to reach full maturity and start flowering.

Sun Preference: Rudbeckia thrives in full sun. It is essential to plant Rudbeckia in an area that receives at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight per day for optimal growth and blooming.

Plant Type: Rudbeckia is classified as an annual plant, I have however regrown from the same patch for several seasons

Appearance : Rudbeckia flowers typically have a brown or green domed centre surrounded by bright yellow or orange ray florets. 

Harvesting :  Harvest flowers as they are beginning to open

Vase life: Vase life is expected between 7-10days

Special features :  In the language of flowers, Rudbeckia represents encouragement and motivation, often symbolizing justice or fairness.

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