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Rudbeckia Seeds

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Rudbeckia 'Sputnik' (Kelvedon Star)

Bright and cheerful flowers all summer long with this new introduction. The breeding techniques required to fix a pattern in flowers can be most painstaking, but invariably it achieves a striking combination that makes a wonderful garden plant and in this case the finest of cut flowers too…  More Info

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Rudbeckia hirta 'Marmalade' (Seeds)

Large flowers in shades of yellow, gold and bronze with deeper brown central cones. These are a reliable border plant for colour, late summer to autumn. Height: 60cm (24). Spread: 45cm (18).  More Info

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Rudbeckia x hirta hybrida 'Cherokee Sunset'®

…a result of over 10 years breeding and selection by T&Ms flower breeders, Rudbeckia Cherokee Sunset® was born. Never before has there been such a spectacular range of colours of fully double to semi-double Rudbeckia, with large 3-4in blooms. Shades of golden…  More Info

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Rudbeckia hirta 'Cherry Brandy'

When Thompson & Morgan first introduced Rudbeckia ?Cherry Brandy?, it took the plant world by storm. This stunning cultivar is the world?s first red Rudbeckia, and has gained huge popularity with UK gardeners. These robust plants have outstanding garden performance, producing…  More Info

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Rudbeckia hirta 'Rustic Dwarfs Mixed'

Long-stemmed plants with large flowers of rich yellow, gold, bronze and mahogany with black cone. An excellent subject for beds and borders, it will tolerate wet weather. Flowers late summer/autumn. Height only 60cm (24in).  More Info

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Summer Flowers Theme Yellow Scatter Pack

…cosmos, nigella, rudbeckia and caledula, which have been selected to flower gradually over the summer months to give your flower displays and ever changing appearance. Just shake and sow. The easiest way to create a sunny flower border in your garden! Simply open the box,…  More Info

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Flower Garden 'Annual and Perennial Mix'

…through to July. The first colours to appear are the Siberian wallflower and Californian poppy. Silene then adds a touch of pink and forget-me-nots later add a touch of blue, finishing with the warmer tones of coreopsis, dianthus, delphiniums, echinacea and rudbeckia. Height…  More Info

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Great Scarlet Poppy

…flowers of startling red with black blotches. Plants require no support and ideally should be grown in groups at the back of the border. They look excellent when planted next to Red Hot Poker T&M Hybrids, T&M's Michaelmas Daisy Mixed and Rudbeckias. Flowers early summer.…  More Info

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