Goldstrum Black Eyed Susan is a great plant that can attract birds and butterflies to your property. If you are looking for a late summer bloomer with vibrant colors, then Goldstrum Black-Eyed Susan would make a great addition to your landscape. This perennial plant exhibits bright yellow flowers with dark cones in the center of the plant. The petals of the flower are long and narrow and branch out from the black cone in the middle of the flower. The foliage of this plant is leafy and green which contrasts the flowers nicely. The flowers grow on tall stems that towers above the plant. The flowers of the Goldstrum Black Eyed Susan are excellent for cutting. Decorate the inside of your house as well as the outside of your home with Goldstrum Black Eyed Susan flowers.
There are several other types of Black Eyed Susan flowers such as Blushing Susie, Chim Chiminee, and Denver Daisy. The most commonly recognized flower is Goldsturm Black-Eyed Susan. This plant is an excellent full sun perennial that grows well in Zone 5. If you are looking for a native North American flower that has tremendous eye appeal, then you should consider Goldsturm Black Eyed Susan for your landscape. This plant can be divided every several years to promote new growth and reduce the large cluster size of the perennial.
Goldstrum Black Eyed Susan
Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii ‘Goldsturm’
Plant Type- Perennial
Flower Color- Yellow
Foliage Color- Green
Growth Habit- Upright
Growth Rate- Fast
Details- Blooms mid summer. Bright yellow flowers with a black center.
Pruning- Cut to the ground in the fall to encourage new spring growth.
Other Black Eyed Susan plant options.
- Black Eyed Susan
- Blushing Susie Black Eyed Susan Vine
- Chim Chiminee Black Eyed Susan
- Denver Daisy™ Black Eyed Susan
- Indian Summer Black Eyed Susan
- Irish Eyes Black Eyed Susan
- Prairie Sun Black Eyed Susan
- Tigereye™ Black-Eyed Susan
- Viette’s Little Suzy Dwarf Black-Eyed Susan