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RUDBECKIA - PRAIRIE SUN

A 2003 All America Selection. Prairie Sun is quite different in appearance from other Rudbeckias. It has a light green center with sunny yellow petals edged with a lighter shade of yellow. Plants grow to about 3' in height and blooms can be as large as 5" across. Blooms the first year from seed and stems are sufficiently long to provide high quality cut flowers. Needs full sun. 20 seeds G7-10

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03/27/2019
David
I recommend this product

A very nice flower

I've grown "Prairie Sun" for several years. While it is a Rudbeckia I treat it as an annual for our zone (5). I start the seeds in a stratified germination mix (end of March) and transfer the seedlings to high-porosity growing mix under lights until we're past frost (usually mid-may). This year the seed is film coated so it's easier to see in my potting soil. For the past several years Pine Tree (Super Seeds) has offered the best per seed cost for this variety. I specially appreciate their service. Folks are always impressed with the two-toned color of this flower!

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02/06/2019
lisa l.
United States
I recommend this product

Always growing prairie sun

This plant has been in my garden every year since I started growing it over 10 years ago. These self sow too. I grow it's sister, Indian summer too. It's easy to grow and pest free. Watch out for woodchuck though cause they love to eat the leaves.

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LZ
01/22/2018
Lorene Z.
United States

Rudbeckia- Prairie Sun

The flowers were a beautiful lemon- yellow. I had started them late winter (2017) inside and they were slow growing there. I did not have a good grow light which most likely was the reason they were so slow. Consequently the did not begin to bloom in my garden until August. Tried to grow them since I have been unable to find them as plants at garden centers

LZ
01/22/2018
Lorene Z.
United States

Rudbeckia- Prairie Sun

The flowers were a beautiful lemon- yellow. I had started them late winter (2017) inside and they were slow growing there. I did not have a good grow light which most likely was the reason they were so slow. Consequently the did not begin to bloom in my garden until August. Tried to grow them since I have been unable to find them as plants at garden centers

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01/05/2017
Marie

Slow to grow, but wonderful flowers

Out of all the annuals that I grow from seed, Prairie Sun takes the longest to bloom! Every year I want to give up on this plant... until it begins to bloom and then I realize why I love it so much. Beautiful yellow flowers that look great in the garden and also a wonderful cut flower.