Rudbeckia hirta
‘Chim Chiminee’

An delightfully unexpected surprise is yours when you grow this easy but hard-to-find “Black-Eyed-Susan”. Long single or semi-double quilled petals radiate from a large central disc to form extra big blooms to 6” across! In a striking array of colors (and bicolors) , from sunny yellow to ruby red, flowers appear July-frost on upstanding, branching stems to 30”. Self-sows freely so you’ll get all the colors – fab in a vase! Rich soil. Great in containers (10+ gal). Butterflies!


Average Water
Short-lived Perennial
USDA Zones 5-10