CARE of Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia):

Rudbeckia loves sun the most and is therefore not called a coneflower for nothing! But partial shade is usually not a problem. The plant appreciates a spot with sufficient afternoon sun.

Black-eyed Susan loves all nutrient-rich soils, even clay soil, humus-rich soil is ideal. The soil should not remain wet all the time, so make sure that the soil is permeable to water. By the way, few plants like to have wet feet all the time.

Do not cut the flowers after flowering, but leave them until March. This way you can enjoy the decorative flower heads in the winter when nothing is blooming. In addition, some hold their leaves for a long time. Apply fertilizers to the plant immediately after cutting in early spring.

The plant grows clump-shaped and does not proliferate. If the clump gets too big, or after a few years, you can dig it up and tear the root ball or cut it with a spade. Spring or autumn is the best time for this. You replan the loose parts. This rejuvenates the plant, extending its lifespan and also gives you even more Black-eyed Susan to enjoy.


Height: 70 - 100 cm
Hardy: good hardy
Humidity: normal soil
Light: from sun to partial shade
Evergreen: Deciduous

Without accompanying decorative pot.
The plant is safely packed in a box.

Extra information:
Every plant grows and blooms in its own way and will differ per season and per plant.
The plant/pot shown may differ in shape and size from the purchase in the store or online store.

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Number of pieces in packaging
Suitable for
Flowering time
July - September
Winter hardy
Attractive for
Butterflies, Bees & other Insects
Air purifying
Does not apply
Perennial plant
The strength of the plant
1in stock
Delivery time
1-2 dagen




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