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What are some good companion plants to grow with Rudbeckia?

Last Updated: Apr 19, 2016  |  544 Views

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Some good companion plants to grow with Rudbeckia are Artemisia, aster, grasses, Helianthus, Boltonia, chrysanthemum, Eupatorium rugosum 'Chocolate', Solidago x Solidaster, Helenium, Crocosmia, Salvia, Eryngium, and Dahlia 'David Howard'.

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Some Rudbeckias to try: Rudbeckia occidentalis 'Green Wizard' is considered a curiosity--petals barely visible, dark blackish brown conical disk, 2 inches. A RHS-awarded Rudbeckia is R. laciniata 'Goldquelle' (syn. 'Golden fountain') 2 1/2-4 feet high x 2 feet wide, hardy to zones 3-10, with mid-green deeply cut foliage. R. laciniata 'Herbstsonne' (syn. 'Autumn Sun') can grow 5-7 feet high x 2 feet wide, with a bright yellow, conical green disk and 4-5-inch flowers.  May need support, but long-blooming. RHS Award. R. Maxima is 4-8 feet high x 2 feet wide, hardy to zones 4-10, has drooping yellow florets, brownish black 2-inch disk, 3-5-inch flowers. Foliage is glaucous, ovate to elliptic, smooth. Good foliage plant, erect growth.

Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm' can be invasive.

 

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- Courtesy of NYBG Plant Information Service

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