Pre- Sale Black Eyed Susan Starter Plant Ship May 1st 2020
Rudbeckia fulgida' Goldsturm
Common Names That It Goes By
Black-eyed Susan, Orange coneflower (fulgida). It is related to the Echinacea plant and has similar medicinal qualities. This plant can take full sun or part shade and will grow in many different soil types. These plants will bloom for you from June to October, and they can be territorial in that they tend to squash out other flowers growing near them. Butterflies and other pollinators love them. All parts of the plant and root are said to be immune stimulating. The roots can be dug in the fall of the 3rd or 4year year of growth.
Plants that come in small starter pots must be transplanted.
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You are not paying for me to ship plants, this is pre-order only
Once I get the address and weigh plant, you will be billed separately for the shipping.
R. fulgida is a perennial, and some traditional Uses Early North American Settlers used it as a diuretic and as an immune stimulant. The dried plant leaves were usually consumed as a tea. And the Potawatomi Indians made tea from the roots, which had immunostimulant properties that relieve symptoms of the common cold (Moerman, 1998).