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Rudbeckia ‘Little Henry’

Displays the same charming blooms of 'Henry Eilers', but it is one third shorter! Still good for cut flowers, but now fits well into the average landscape. This narrow, upright grower makes a great specimen in the border. The very appealing quilled, gold flowers bloom summer until frost.

USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 4-8
Size (HT/W/FL HT): 36″ / 24″ / 48″
Exposure: Full Sun
Bloom Time(s): July, August, September, October

Common Name Quilled black-eyed Susan
Family Asteraceae
species subtomentosa
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US Patent # PP23590
EU Grant # EU36960
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Dormancy Winter
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How Different? A dwarf form of 'Henry Eilers', 'Little Henry' is 1/3 shorter, blooms 2 weeks earlier, and doesn't fall open in the garden.
Landscape Value Use in borders, mixed beds, and meadows in full sun.
Most Active Growing Season
Persistence Deciduous
Size (HT/W/FL HT) 36" / 24" / 48"
Soil (Garden) Average, well drained. Prefers moist to wet soils.
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Water (Greenhouse) Dry moderately between waterings.
EC 0.7
pH 5.0 – 7.0
Fertility Needs 150 – 200 ppm
Finish Time to 4″ 6 – 8 weeks
Finish Time to Gallon
Day Length for Flowering Short Day
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