Rudbeckia Hirta Seeds - Gloriosa Daisy Indian Summer

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Rudbeckia Hirta Seeds - Gloriosa Daisy Indian Summer

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  • Approximate seeds per pound: 89,000
  • Season: Perennial
  • USDA Zones: 3 - 10
  • Height: 24 - 36 inches
  • Bloom Season: Late summer and fall
  • Bloom Color: Yellow
  • Environment: Full sun
  • Soil Type: Any soils that are not too dry, pH 5.8 - 6.8
  • Deer Resistant: Yes
  • Temperature: 70F
  • Average Germ Time: 7 - 30 days
  • Light Required: Yes
  • Depth: Do not cover the seed but press into the soil
  • Sowing Rate: 3-4 seeds per plant or 15 pounds per acre
  • Moisture: Keep seeds moist until germination
  • Plant Spacing: 12 - 18 inches
  • Care & Maintenance: See: Rudbeckia

Gloriosa Daisy Indian Summer

Gloriosa Daisy (Rudbeckia Hirta Indian Summer) - Here is another fabulous flower for meadows or naturalized settings! Gloriosa Daisy establishes from Rudbeckia Hirta seeds and can be sown directly outdoors, making this a popular choice for bringing color to larger areas. Indian Summer Gloriosa Daisy features long, golden-yellow petals on chocolate-black centers. It has a long-bloom season, and the butterflies and beneficial insects love it. Rudbeckia Indian Summer is easily grown in average, well-drained soils in full sun. It performs best in moist soil, but it can tolerate heat and drought. It does not like poorly-drained, wet soils.

Growing Gloriosa Daisy From Seed: Sow Gloriosa Daisy seeds outdoors any time in the late fall or as early in the spring as the ground can be cultivated. Prepare soil by loosening the top 1 - 2 inches and removing any weeds. Sow the Rudbeckia Hirta seeds into the loosened soil and rake in. Walk over the area to gently press the flower seeds into the soil. Keep the Gloriosa Daisy seeds moist until germination. The Gloriosa Daisy seedlings transplant well and should be spaced 12 - 18 inches apart. The Rudbeckia Hirta plants form a clump that will reach 12 inches in width. Deadheading prolongs the bloom season, but the plants will re-seed themselves readily if you leave a few blooms to go to seed. Watch for seedlings in subsequent years. Rudbeckia Gloriosa Daisy plants will not bloom much the first year the flower seed is sown. Subsequent years will bring many more blooms.