$3.50 – $8.95
Soil: Hydric (Moist) to Mesic (Medium) Sun: Full to Part Height: 2′-4′ Color: Yellow Blooms: August-October Flowers: The flower-heads are 1″-2″ wide and have 6-10 petal-like ray flowers surrounding the cone-shaped cluster of head flowers. There are often 50-100 flower-heads per plant. Leaves: The 3″-4″ leaves are coarsely toothed.
This showy wildflower is a nice addition to a rain garden in semi-shaded situations! It is also attractive to birds and is a nice addition to any birdwatchers garden! Â
Medicinal Uses: Food Use: Other info: Name: Named for Olaf Rudbeck – botanist at the University in Upsala, Sweden. Other Names: Thin-leaved Coneflower. Three-lobed Rudbeckia