Planning your garden color for the spring and summer is one surefire way to ignore the deep freeze that recently has been gripping much of the country. I thought about writing about outdoor fireplaces but they were no match for these extremely cold temperatures. Planning where to add some Gold Rush rudbeckia, however, will warm you up mentally and get you thinking about the season around the corner.
Gold Rush is a new double gloriosa type of daisy or rudbeckia selection courtesy of Ball Flora Plant. This one captured the attention of everyone at trials across the country, with its large blossoms that show splashes of burgundy finishing mostly golden yellow. This is a unique plant in that it is vegetatively propagated, while most Rudbeckia hirtas in the in the market are seed-produced.
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