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Rudbeckia ‘Sunbeckia Sarah’

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Rudbeckia ‘Sunbeckia Sarah’ is easy to grow as long as you plant it in well-drained soil, especially in winter. It produces masses of yellow and red flowers that bloom throughout the summer. Hardy but may need protection if we have to serve frost. Deadhead once flowering finishes to encourage further blooming.

*Delivery Date: April/May 2024*

 
Flower Colour: Yellow/ Brown
 
Foliage Colour: Green
 
Maximum Height: 50cm-60cm
 
Maximum Spread: 40cm-50cm
 
Aspect: Sun or partial shade
 
Soil Type: Well Drained/ No sitting water
Flowering Period: Summer/Autumn
 
Hardiness: Frost hardy to -8
 
RHS Hardiness Rating: H4

 

Perennial plants are plants that live for more than two years and come back year after year. Here are some general care tips for perennial plants:

Sunlight: Most perennial plants prefer full sun, which means at least six hours of direct sunlight per day. Some perennials, however, prefer partial shade or even full shade, so make sure to research the specific light requirements for each of your plants.

Soil: Good soil is essential for the health of your perennial plants. Make sure the soil is well-draining and rich in nutrients. You can amend the soil with compost or fertilizer to improve its quality.

Watering: Perennial plants typically have deep roots, so they can tolerate periods of drought. However, they still need to be watered regularly, especially during hot and dry weather. Water deeply once a week, rather than shallowly every day, to encourage deep root growth.

Mulching: Adding a layer of mulch around your perennial plants can help conserve moisture in the soil, regulate soil temperature, and suppress weed growth. Use a natural mulch, such as shredded leaves, straw, or wood chips.

Pruning: Deadheading, or removing spent blooms, can help encourage more flowers and prevent the plant from going to seed too quickly. Pruning back stems and foliage can also help shape the plant and promote new growth.

We take great care in selecting and packaging our plants to ensure they arrive at your doorstep healthy and in great condition. We are confident that you will be satisfied with your purchase, but we understand that plants can be unpredictable, and sometimes unexpected issues may arise.

That’s why we offer a money-back guarantee on all our plants. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 14 days of receipt of your plant, and we will provide a full refund or replacement.

To initiate a refund or replacement, please contact our customer support team with your order number and a description of the issue. We may ask for a photo of the plant to help us identify the problem.

Thank you for choosing our plants, and we hope you enjoy them for years to come.

H1: Plants that can withstand temperatures as low as 10°C and are suitable for outdoor cultivation throughout most of the UK.

H2: Plants that can withstand temperatures as low as 5°C and are suitable for outdoor cultivation in sheltered or mild parts of the UK.

H3: Plants that can withstand temperatures as low as -5°C  and are suitable for outdoor cultivation throughout the UK

H4: Plants that can withstand temperatures as low as -10°C  and are suitable for outdoor cultivation in most of the UK, except for areas with severe or prolonged winter weather.

H5: Plants that can withstand temperatures as low as -15°C  and are suitable for outdoor cultivation in areas with cold, harsh winters, such as parts of Scotland.

H6: Plants that can withstand temperatures as low as -20°C and are suitable for outdoor cultivation in extremely cold regions, such as parts of northern Europe.

H7: Plants that are not reliably hardy in the UK and should only be grown in a greenhouse or other protected environment.

Note that these ratings are only a general guide, and many factors can affect a plant’s hardiness, such as soil type, exposure to wind and sun, and moisture levels. It’s always a good idea to do some research on a specific plant’s hardiness requirements and to provide appropriate care to ensure its survival.

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