This is another plant in North America, where it became known as the "golden hat".Its inflorescence is really something resemble straw hat.
High erect stems do not require supports.Most often, large baskets of flowers have a yellow color, but there are also red and even red-brown petals.Flowers like nemahrovye and semi-double.Elegant and long lasting flowering plants, undemanding to growing conditions, so it is very popular in our gardens.Flowering typically lasts from June to September.
particularly ornate rudbeckia varieties Golden Storm.It has some special features.It needs stratification, and it has very small seeds.Therefore, they are not embedded in the soil, and seeded on a small layer of snow.Snow put on a layer of clean, washed (or quartz) sand, poured on top of the soil with a neutral reaction.Soil and sand pre-watered with a solution of potassium permanganate bright pink and compacted.Snow melting at half retracts seeds into the soil.Why it is necessary to sow the seeds of that?The fact that
Rudbeckia can be sown directly into the soil in early April.But there is a great danger of losing the plant, especially if the soil is, the weed seeds.They easily score shoots rudbeckia.
Blossoms rudbeckia about 60 days, from July to October next year after sowing.The plant is very responsive to fertilizer "Rastvorin".Grade Gold Storm needs to be a shelter for the winter layer of leaves, which must be removed in early spring, otherwise the plant may die from the spring damping off.It is especially important to cover the first year of hibernation.In the years that followed the fall of the stems should be cut off at the root.If the aerial part was healthy, then cut the stems can be left on the spot, they and will serve as a shelter for the winter.If the foliage was sick, then this should not be done or left above ground portion must be well watered "fitosporin" solution.
rudbeckia Suitable for beds, separate clumps, for example, in a group of yellow plants of another species, as well as for mixborders.You can plant a separate group on the edge of the lawn.