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Tiger Eye Gold rudbeckia grabs attention

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Posted: Saturday, August 3, 2013 4:30 am | Updated: 11:56 am, Mon Aug 19, 2013.

It’s all about the flags — or at least it is at most university plant trials. True to form, Tiger Eye Gold rudbeckia is still commanding attention. Though this showy rudbeckia has been out for a while, it still captures its share of orange flags and it is looking like at champion at the Columbus Botanical Garden too.

Let me explain the flags. When you visit a plant trial on open house day, you are given an orange flag to place in the bed by your favorite plant. The will help judge consumer or grower satisfaction on the festive day. Tiger Eye Gold is still a winner.

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