Archive for January, 2013

 
Garden Crossings would like to thank you for following our blog over the past few years. At this time we will no longer be posting Blog posts at this website. We have made some recent changes to our website and now have the ability to do all of our blogging at www.gardencrossings.com/blog . We hope that you will continue to follow all of our blogging full of great new plants, garden tips, what’s blooming, and Garden Crossings Events.

We look forward to seeing you at www.gardencrossings.com/blog!

We Look Forward to Gardening With You!

Rod & Heidi

 
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Rudbeckia  ’Little Goldstar’

Rudbeckia ‘Little Goldstar’

Rudbeckia, aka Black Eyed Susan, are an old time favorite perennial flower in gardens for centuries. The bright yellow flowers can be seen from afar and add an extra splash of sunshine to the garden. Planted in mass, Rudbeckia have a strong garden impact. Rudbeckia ‘Little Goldstar‘ introduced in 2012, sets itself apart from others in that it is a more compact plant, standing only 16 inches tall. This compact plant has a full bushy habit and is covered in layers of gold flowers. It has been noted that ‘Little Goldstar‘ has had over 80 blooms on one plant at a time. As the old blooms fade new ones cover the existing dead ones, just an exceptional plant to have in your landscape.  If you are short on space, no worries… ‘Little Goldstar‘ also makes for a great potted plant!

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