I plant it wherever I happen to be living and have given starts to friends. This is my second Christmas with my poinsettia, which ... read more, They look to prefer evergreens. Rudbeckia laciniata Aster family (Asteraceae) Description: This herbaceous perennial plant is 3-8' tall; it branches occasionally in the upper half. It's true that this Rudbeckia can be very easy to grow, low-maintenance and beautiful, but I find it extremely invasive in my garden. It is in full bloom right now (late August) and will continue for weeks to come. Etymology: Rudbeckia: named after the Swedish father and son who were professors of botany and predecessors of Linnaeus, O.J. Flowers bloom singly atop slender branching stems. The rest of the plant looks great. Rudbeckia laciniata, also called Cut leafed coneflower, is a member of the Asteraceae, or Sunflower family. Moist soil will help to prevent powdery mildew. Its natural habitat is wet sites … On Jun 11, 2008, scarletblooms from Carbondale, KS wrote: Many years ago I would see this plant growing along fences in Colby, KS and fell in love with the beautiful yellow blossoms. Looking for Golden Glow (Rudbeckia laciniata hortensia) by sashaapalmer: Sep 13, 2020 7:52 PM: 6: Help in identification, please! I have been fighting mine off for 3 years now. Flowers are a vibrant golden-yellow, with opening petals tinted green, and as others have mentioned it is an excellent cutflower. R. laciniata belongs to the Asteraceae family.The genus Rudbeckia contains about 30 species worldwide. Its companions in my garden are Plume Poppy (Macleaya), Daylily 'Europa' (Hemerocallis fulva), Globe Thistle (Echinops ritro), Joe-Pye Weed (Eupatorium), and 'Mt Fujiyama' tall perennial Phlox - all blooming at the same time and making a lovely late summer grouping. Rudbeckia laciniata ‘Hortensia’. When I lived in Northwest Kansas, I did have to tie the plants to the fence because it was always windy, but I live in Northeast Kansas now and have not had to do any tying. Leaves become smaller and shorter stalked as they ascend the stem and those on the upper plant are typically stalkless, unlobed and may be toothless. Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Rudbeckia, Cutleaf … Plants have the same cultural consideration of the species yet are worthy of a place to dance in the landscape. The epithet is from laciniatus meaning jagged, fringed, slashed, or with many flaps; referring to the pinnately divided leaves. ‘Herbstsonne’ is synonymous with ‘Autumn Sun’. Plant database entry for Cutleaf Coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata 'Herbstsonne') with 22 images, 2 comments, and 32 data details. It is easily recognizable by its deeply cut gray-green leaves. Light and dark green mosaic coloration forms on the leaves. pulcherrima Farwell, have also naturalized outside their native ranges.. Several horticultural varieties of R. laciniata have been cultivated and are simply called Rudbeckia. You’d think homeowners would have chosen fragrant flowers for that screen, which could double as natural air fresheners, but the favorites generally were non-perfumed hollyhocks (Alcea spp.) The species grows 10 feet tall, 4 feet wide; it has light green, deeply lobed leaves to 4 inches long and blooms from summer to fall, bearing 2- to 3 inches-wide flowers with drooping yellow rays and a green cone. But a consistent bloomer over the years. Rudbeckia laciniata is a tall coneflower species with specimens able to grow upward of 10' tall. by kdawne: Aug 8, 2020 10:23 AM: 2: Plant identification- did someone sell me a weed? A common name I have heard, other than 'Golden Glow', is 'Outhouse Plant', because it was often planted near that necessary little building to screen it from view! It features fully double, 3" diameter, drooping, yellow coneflowers with deeply-lobed, dark green leaves. Now it considered a cultivar. And the Rudbeckia Laciniata Hortensia is getting started. Portion of the Plant Used Basal leaves often wither away by flowering time. I haven't had any problems with viruses or insect pests, and it hasn't been invasive for me. Also known as goldenglow, cutleaf coneflower (or just cutleaf), green-headed coneflower, tall coneflower, sochan and thimbleweed, the rudbeckia laciniata hortensia, or simply the outhouse flower, is actually part of the aster family (asteraceae). The last 2 years it was getting swallowed up by the rudbeckia, so I moved it to the end of that plot. Plants form a tall clump of bright-green leaves, bursting into colour in summer, when loads of fluffy double chrome-yellow daisies appear. Leaves may be distorted and the plants stunted. R. laciniata is a perennial with bright golden-yellow flowers that bend backward and cone-shaped green centers that become brownish as they mature. If you do get it, plant it in the ground in a pot in order to keep it confined to one area or plant in a bed where you don't mind it taking over the whole area. Thanks. Excellent for cutting. Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page. Within a few years after I took over the garden (the previous owner planted them), these plants have spread everywhere through underground runners and obscured the other perennials around them. L. Rudbeckia laciniata, commonly called cutleaf coneflower, is a species of flowering plant in the aster family ( Asteraceae ). Need advice please. Rudbeckia (Rudbeckia), commonly called "black-eyed Susan" or "coneflower," is a genus of approximately 20 species of perennials, biennials and annuals. Rudbeckia laciniata 'Goldquelle' (d) is a double form of the laciniata species. Best siting would likely be back of border and against a fence where it could be inconspicuously tied for support. I am very fond of this plant & have grown it for years, since first receiving it as a "pass-along plant" from an old ranch garden. I would like to add that this plant is extremely winter hardy - I would say at least to Zone 3 or even less, as I have seen it in old gardens up on the Chilcotin Plateau where winter temperatures routinely drop well below the minus 30s Celsius, albeit with generally good snow cover. I would like to add that this plant is extremely winter hardy - I would say at least to Zone 3 or even less, as I have seen it in old gardens up on the Chilcotin Plateau where winter temperatures routinely drop well below the minus 30s Celsius, albeit with generally good snow cover. Like the species 'Goldquelle' can vary enormously in height! FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Rudbeckia laciniata is a native clump forming perennial with multiple upright stems. It's not like the slugs that eat huge chunks as the plants are beginning in the spring. Cutleaf Coneflower 'Hortensia', Coneflower 'Hortensia', Rudbeckia 'Golden Glow', Rudbeckia laciniata 'Golden Glow', Golden Glow Rudbeckia Previous Next Introduced in the Victorian era, Rudbeckia laciniata 'Hortensia' is a tall, robust herbaceous perennial with branched stems bearing fluffy, fully double flowers, 3 in. Toothed, bright green leaves (3-6" long). Long summer bloom. It is being watered regularly but I have begun to notice that it looks as if the leaves are dying. On Jun 29, 2015, mkcarter66 from Redford, MI wrote: Got this plant a year after I got Rudbeckia Herbstonne. Some congeners, such as Rudbeckia hirta L. var. Close × Share This Page. Lovingly known as the Outhouse Plant, this old heirloom selection of Coneflower is still seen in gardens today. Lovingly known as the Outhouse Plant, this old heirloom selection of Coneflower is still seen in gardens today. Golden Glow in full bloom are a really impressive sight with their masses of bright yellow flowers. Also known as brown or black-eyed Susans, rudbeckias (Rudbeckia spp.) From summer until fall foliage is topped with clusters of showy daisy-like flower heads. across (7-10 cm), with broad, drooping, glowing golden petals surrounding a prominent pale green conical center that turns brown as it matures. 'Herbstsonne' is varyingly sold as a cultivar of either Rudbeckia nitida or Rudbeckia laciniata, however some experts maintain that it is actually a hybrid between the two species. It is hardy to zone (UK) 3. I have a plant that I have growing in a pot. Rudbeckia laciniata Coneflower, Highdown Gardens, ... Rudbeckia laciniata (Compositae) leaves.JPG 3,648 × 2,736; 3.96 MB. But rudbeckia is a classification for many different varieties, including the outhouse flower. On Aug 28, 2011, hillfarm from Quesnel, BC (Zone 4a) wrote: In this area we call this one 'Golden Glow', and an appropriate name it is, too. Here in Calgary (Zone 3b) bloom time is around the end of August. Rudbeckia laciniata, commonly called tall coneflower, is a Missouri native perennial which occurs in moist soils in rich woodlands, thickets or along streams, sloughs or other bodies of water. hortensia. Basal and lower stem leaves are large, to 10 inches long and wide, deeply lobed in 3 to 7 segments, irregularly toothed, on stalks up to 4 inches long. The leaves are large, dark green and deeply lobed. I ate them after I took the picture – they were YUMMY! This plant is said to grow outdoors in the following regions: On Aug 8, 2016, Rockguy1 from Calgary,Canada wrote: I've had this plant for about 7 years, and it comes back reliably as a roughly 2' clump with 30-40 flowering stems, each about 4' tall. If anyone wants them, I have plenty more to give away! Don't want to lose this plant. A nursery owner told me once that people only plant "Golden Glow" in their yards when they want to hide something. They are over 6 feet high now with lots of little yellow buds getting ready to pop! Goldquelle Cutleaf Coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata 'Goldquelle'): Golden yellow petals proliferate to create a fully doubled flower (and hide the dark central cone) on this selection of native coneflowers. It's budding and growing. It can be used as a good cut-flower. Media in category "Rudbeckia laciniata" The following 57 files are in this category, out of 57 total. It is a rather lanky thing, and benefits greatly from staking. It blooms throughout September in Newfoundland. The flower heads are 3-4 inches in diameter. They provide a chocolatey contrast when paired with lighter coloured grasses. I also have "Herbstsonne" and have to admit that one's a bit more impressive, but I really can't complain about this one either. Full sun and well-drained soil are ideal. Specific epithet means slashed or torn into narrow divisions for the deeply divided leaves. I had to spend hours to dig them out. It is in flower from July to October, and the seeds ripen from August to October. Only problem I have, since I live in a very windy area, is that they sometimes need tying up. to keep contained. 10 members have or want this plant for trade. Rudbeckia laciniata is a PERENNIAL growing to 2.4 m (7ft) by 1 m (3ft 3in) at a medium rate. Rudbeckia hirta (Gloriosa Daisy) Short lived perennial (not hardy in the Pacific Northwest). 'Herbstsonne' is synonymous with 'Autumn Sun'. On Jun 27, 2013, izabelleangel from Smyrna, TN wrote: Need help!! Flowers … A common name I have heard, other than 'Golden Glow', is 'Outhouse Plant', because it was often planted near that necessary little building to screen it from view!