PICKUP OF PLANTS WILL BE MAY 26 AFTERNOON AND MAY 27 MORNING
Orange coneflower looks much like a black-eyed Suzie, requires little maintenance, blooms for an extended period of time, and is brightly colored with a dark eye for contrast. When planted in average to moist soil, it will form broad clumps that will benefit from occasional division. A nonstop bloomer in the late summer and into fall, its a great plant for the birds to feed on well into winter.
Common Name Coneflower, Orange Latin Name Rudbeckia fulgida var. fulgida Variety H x W 18-36" x 18-24" Light Requirements Sun-Pt Shade Habit Clump Plant Uses Flower Key Function Ben attractor Other Functions Wildlife