Rudbeckia submentosa

Rudbeckia submentosa


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Soil: Mesic (Medium) Sun: Full to Part Height: 3′-6′ Color: Yellow Blooms: August-October Flowers: The daisy-like flowers are 2″-3″ wide and are formed by yellow ray flowers surrounding a cone of brown ray flowers. Leaves: The hairy, ovate leaves are 2″-7″ long and have 3 prominent veins.

Suggested Uses:

The dark green, clean foliage and showy flowers make this an excellent wildflower for the landscape. This tall wildflower makes a nice screen or hedge. It is attractive to birds and butterflies. This wildflower has nice straight sturdy stems and makes a wonderful, showy, cut flower!

Interesting Facts

Medicinal Uses: Food Uses: Other Uses: More Information: Name:  Named for Olaf Rudbeck – botanist at the University in Upsala, Sweden. Other Names: Sweet Coneflower

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions N/A


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