<i>Rudbeckia subtomentosa</i> 'Henry Eilers'
<i>Rudbeckia subtomentosa</i> 'Henry Eilers'
<i>Rudbeckia subtomentosa</i> 'Henry Eilers'
<i>Rudbeckia subtomentosa</i> 'Henry Eilers'
<i>Rudbeckia subtomentosa</i> 'Henry Eilers'
<i>Rudbeckia subtomentosa</i> 'Henry Eilers'
<i>Rudbeckia subtomentosa</i> 'Henry Eilers'
<i>Rudbeckia subtomentosa</i> 'Henry Eilers'

Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers'

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Found colonising a railway embankment in the USA by a retired horticulturalist, this beautiful coneflower has finely quilled...

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The Chelsea Chop

In the third week of this month you can 'Chelsea chop' your summer-flowering perennials to delay their flowering times. Sedums can be cut back by two thirds to provide lusher foliage, but at the expense of flower.

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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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