Rudbeckia Plant

Scientific Name: Rudbeckia

Family Name:  Asteraceae

Common Name: روڈبیکیا, black-eyed Susan

The plant genus Rudbeckia is a member of the broader Asteraceae family. Rudbeckia blooms, which feature a prominent, elevated central disc in black, brown hues of green, and in-between tones, are also known as coneflowers and black-eyed susans. The starry blossoms of these hardy, long-blooming plants look magnificent in borders, summer bedding, containers, and prairie plantings. Pollinators like bees and butterflies are known to be drawn to rudbeckia, which boosts the biodiversity of your garden. The ideal temperature range for rudbeckia plants is between 65 and 80 °F (18 and 27 °C).

Planting And Care

Plant in full sun for the most vibrant blooms and optimal growth.

Allow the soil to dry slightly between watering, avoiding waterlogged conditions.

Use well-draining soil to prevent root rot and promote healthy growth.

Apply a balanced fertilizer in spring to support flowering and overall health.

Regularly remove faded flowers to encourage continuous blooming and maintain tidiness.