Sweet Coneflower 'Henry Eilers' (Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers')

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Sweet Coneflower 'Henry Eilers' (Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers')

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‘Henry Eilers’ is a sweet coneflower cultivar that was found growing in the wild in a railroad prairie remnant in Montgomery County, Illinois by Henry Eilers, a well-known nurseryman in southern Illinois. Flowers bloom in clusters atop 3-5’ tall, stiff, upright, leafy stems from July to September.  Deer, drought, clay  and dry soil tolerant.

Zones: 4-8

Light: sun

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