Facts about Gloriosa Daisy-Black-Eyed Susan, "Scientific name for Gloriosa Daisy-Black-Eyed Susan and Coneflower is Rudbeckia hirta". They also go by the name Coneflower.
These dazzling and glowing flower hails from North America. These flowers emerge in a vertical manner, and are usually found with the amalgamations of yellow, red, and orange shades counteract by shady brown centers. According to the variety, these Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susan flowers are found in different groupings of these colors with tan to maroon centers. These are cut flowers and blossom in cool weather conditions. These flowers bloom well both in full sun and in the partial shadow. The blooming time of the Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susan flower includes behind summer, early fall and average-fall. They come as single and double flowers. If the flower heads of the Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susan flower are allowed to continue, the plant of these flowers will self-seed and fresh plants will cultivate the next season. The plants are perennial, herbaceous, annual and biennial.
Varieties of the Gloriosa Daisy flower
The Daisy Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susan flower comes in five varieties, according to the variety of their plants, such as Irish Eyes, Becky Mixed, Chim Chinese, Goldilocks and Rustic Dwarfs Mixed.
The Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susan flower of the Irish Eyes plant variety has creamy yellow colored petals, with bright green centers.
The Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susan flower of the Becky Mixed plant has orange or yellow or bicolor with dark tan centers. These flowers blossom from midsummer to frost.
The Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susanflower of the Chim Chinese plant variety has quilled petals in rustic colors of red, yellow and orange with dark tan centers. These flowers blossom from late summer to frost.
The Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susan flower of the Goldilocks plant variety resembles the golden orange-yellow colored zinnia flower with numerous tiers of petals are feathery and thick looking, almost obscuring the dark tan centers.
The Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susan flower of the Rustic Dwarfs Mixed plant is a full sized, flashy flower in shades of orange, red and yellow with outstanding dark tan centers.
The soil they can also tolerate is sand, loam, clay and acidic. It does very good in drought conditions.
Gloriosa Daisy or Black-eyed Susan when growing form a cluster about a 2 foot high mound of foliage and on the top a bright visual display of orange/red flowers bordered with yellow. Always remove the dead flowing to keep up the beautiful appearance of your clustered fulsome bright flowering. Space your plants 18 to 24 inches apart in mass planting to create the bright coloring of a carpet appearance.
Gloriosa Daisy or Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia) seeds can be planted directly into your garden. The seeds will germinate in about 5 to 10 days at the prefered temperature that is between 70 to 75 Fah (21 to 24 cel). Germinates your seeds in a indoor green house will grow seedlings quicker and cover them lightly.