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<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'
<i>Rudbeckia fulgida</i> var. <i>sullivantii</i> 'Goldsturm'

Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm'

Large, golden-yellow, daisy-like flowers up to 12cm (5in) across with cone-shaped, blackish-brown centres from August to October. This...

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Knee-high golden yellow daisies with deep-brown middles from August until October - tidy, neat and crisply enduring colour linking summer and autumn Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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