<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> 'Little Goldstar' (PBR)
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> 'Little Goldstar' (PBR)
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> 'Little Goldstar' (PBR)
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> 'Little Goldstar' (PBR)
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> 'Little Goldstar' (PBR)
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> 'Little Goldstar' (PBR)
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> 'Little Goldstar' (PBR)
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> 'Little Goldstar' (PBR)

Rudbeckia fulgida 'Little Goldstar' (PBR)

black-eyed susan

This compact black-eyed Susan will put on a particularly abundant display of flowers from midsummer. The yellow daisy-like...

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Summer daisies

Late summer can be a lacklustre month in the garden, but there’s one group of plants that always shine now - and literally look as fresh as a daisy. With their bright ray petals in yellow, orange, pink, purple or white, daisies flag up their presence to p

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Rudbeckias

If you enjoy quilled petals, Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers' is a very durable, easy to grow upright plant with small flowers consisting of almost tubular petals set round a small chestnut-brown middle. It was found growing in the wild, among o

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All about coneflowers

Perfect for adding lots of luminous colour to the garden in late summer and early autumn, coneflowers make excellent partners for Asters and other late-flowering daisies. The neatest and most consistent are Rudbeckia fulgida var. deamii (Deam’s coneflower

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Plants birds love in the winter garden

As frost descends and the leaves gather on the lawn, the most important colour is red because it glows against the backdrop of fading stems in muddy shades of khaki, grey and brown. Red’s the colour that fixes the rest of the palette and luckily red berri

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