Plant: Gloriosa daisy (Rudbeckia hirta) |
There are two kinds of “Black-Eyed Susans” in our yard. One is the perennial Rubeckia fulgida ’Goldstrum", a well-behaved perennial, more often called Black-Eyed Susan.
And then there is this, Rubeckia hirta, the free-seeing biennial native that is forming dense patches that push out other plants. Because if there is an thuggish version of any plant, my mother has it in this yard! This one is called Gloriosa Daisy, and also Black-eyed Susan by many, including my mother.
There are large dense patches across the front of the Front Steps sun and shade beds, in front of the Front Porch, on the side of the Front Corner, and developing in the North Side bed. These needs thinning and/or moving
Considering establishing a bed of them in the North Side and along the south fenceline, where there is little but ivy. Dig out all the rest. Deadheading will help control them.
Matriarchy's Perennial, Gloriosa Daisy Care Instructions
Gloriosa daisy normally tends to reach to a mature height of 1.00 metres [imperial: 3.25 feet] so ensure you have enough space in your garden for this plant.
Your garden is in partial sun light: Gloriosa daisy likes a position of full sun.
Try to apply water fairly sparingly.
Your garden's USDA Hardiness Zone (6) is within the ideal range for Gloriosa daisy. The recommended range is between Zone 3 and 7.
Gloriosa daisy requires a soil ph of 4.5 - 6.8 meaning it does best in acidic soil.
More information about Perennial, Gloriosa Daisy is available in the Folia gardener's wiki. All Perennial, Gloriosa Daisy Care Instructions have been kindly provided by our members.
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