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Rudbeckia Little Goldstar for Sale Online
Rudbeckia Little GoldStar is a dwarf variety that is a robust performer. It's a must-have new plant that has been introduced by Proven Winners. Little Goldstar Black-Eyed Susan produces copious amounts of bright, daisy-like, yellow flowers on a compact plant. Perfect for a sunny border, rock garden, or in containers. Heat and humidity tolerant and deer resistant too.
Rudbeckia Little Goldstar is the perfect Dwarf Black-Eyed Susan for providing color in late summer and is especially showy in mass plantings.
|Mature Height:||14 to 16 Inches|
|Mature Width:||14 to 16 Inches|
|Water Requirements:||Drought tolerant|
|Soil Condition:||Sandy soil, clay soil, average soil|
|Flower Color:||Golden yellow petals with dark center seed heads|
|Selling Points:||Deer resistant, heat tolerant, attracts butterflies and songbirds, Maryland state flower|
How to Care for Rudbeckia Little GoldStar
Before you buy a Rudbeckia Little Goldstar, make sure to read about the care instructions that are required and recommended to keep this plant healthy and thriving.
How do I plant my Rudbeckia Little Goldstar?
Rudbeckia Little Goldstar plants are a near-perfect perennial choice for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant in most soil types including sandy and clay. Dig holes that are slightly wider than, and just as deep as, each plant's root ball. Remove plants from containers and place them in the holes, checking to make sure that the top of each plant's root ball is even with the surrounding soil. Fill in around each plant, firmly packing the soil, then water deeply. Mulch lightly to keep the soil moist so, weeds cant grow. This Maryland State Flower also makes a gorgeous planter flower in standard potting soil. Black-Eyed Susan bloom time is typically June-September when planted between March and May.
How do I water my Rudbeckia Little Goldstar?
Rudbeckia Little Goldstar will need to be watered regularly only during the first growing season to establish the plant. Otherwise, the Black-Eyed Susan prefers dry to moderately moist soil. To produce long, healthy roots, provide enough water to soak the roots. Water the soil at the base of the plant, as overhead watering puts the plant at risk for mildew and other moisture-related diseases.
How do I prune Rudbeckia Little Goldstar?
Pruning is an essential part of plant care. Proper and timely pruning of a Rudbeckia Little Goldstar will help promote new growth and keep it healthy. An owner may selectively cut back in mid-spring to encourage flowers later in the summer. The last flush of flowers should be left on the plant to set seeds.
How do I mulch my Rudbeckia Little Goldstar?
Rudbeckia Little Goldstar plants should be mulched with common mulching materials unless you plant in moist climates where it should remain unmulched.