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Rudbeckia nitida (Shiny Coneflower) only about 7 ft this year as I moved it last autumn.

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By Drc726


Rudbeckia nitida (Shiny Coneflower) only about 7 ft this year as I moved it last autumn. (Rudbeckia nitida (Shiny Coneflower))



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I love these. The shape is so appealing.

15 Sep, 2012

 

Yes they are

15 Sep, 2012

 

That's a wonderful plant. I wish I had room for one. I had it in the previous garden, and it always got huge. It's a very attractive plant though ...

15 Sep, 2012

 

Only 7 foot,Denise ?? That sounds plenty big enough to me ! Lol..lovely plants..mine is only a small one called 'Early Bird' and it's a bit disappointing,as I expected it to have bushed out a bit more, now in it's 2nd year..only have about 6 blooms on it..

15 Sep, 2012

 

It was 10ft plus last year Bloomer. It was 50p in a plant charity plant sail year before last.

15 Sep, 2012

 

I had no idea they could get so big !..some 50p worth :o)

15 Sep, 2012

 

Neither did, I but it was like topsy it just grew and grew and that was after the slugs had a real go at it.

15 Sep, 2012

 

Methinks you will need scaffolding next year:o)

15 Sep, 2012

 

Ha ha, now thats an idea as I could use it to get to the top of the rose arch too.

15 Sep, 2012

 

see ? two good reasons. Lol...and don't forget the hard hat ! :o)

15 Sep, 2012

 

I wont

15 Sep, 2012

 

A great plant in more ways than one. It's a lovely yellow and a nice shape.

18 Sep, 2012

 

It is HB and the slugs love it too

18 Sep, 2012

 

Naturally - so do you!!

19 Sep, 2012

 

Ha ha

19 Sep, 2012



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