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etnredclay
Spring City, TN

July 2, 2012
12:27 PM

Post #9190129

Echinacea -- of course. But what about Rudbeckia (black-eyed susans). I see those mentioned in this forum sometimes. Are there others?

I like the family of long flowering, low water requirements once-established, knee-high or better plants... and have just found Sonora Black-eyed Susans... WOW!
echinaceamaniac
(Clint) Medina, TN
(Zone 7b)

July 2, 2012
1:33 PM

Post #9190216

Rudbeckia, Coreopsis, Helenium, Ratibida, Heliopsis, Helianthus, etc.

Check out Helenium 'Mardi Gras' and 'Double Trouble' too!
etnredclay
Spring City, TN

July 2, 2012
4:57 PM

Post #9190474

THANKS. I have an 8x8 bed each of Corepsis Jethro Tull and Coreopsis Morning Sunrise -- very cool plants.

Will check out the suggestions as well.

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