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midwestsnowbird

August 9, 2001
3:42 PM

Post #10410

It is huge! I have several bunches. it has a pretty yellow flower. it comes back every year. It is like 6 foot tall.

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JoanMN
Pine City, MN
(Zone 4a)

August 9, 2001
4:28 PM

Post #108017

Ooohhh, pretty!
perLite
Petaluma, CA

August 9, 2001
5:38 PM

Post #108058

That IS gorgeous! I like the dark leaves with the yellow flowers. Could it be some kind of dahlia? I'm not seeing the leaves clearly.
midwestsnowbird

August 9, 2001
6:10 PM

Post #108082

The leaves are pretty big. I would be glad to trade someone something for starts of it. I have quiet alot. i have given some to several friends and theirs are growing like crazy to! Probably would be best to wait till fall though. It isn't a bulb or tuber, its just roots big roots.
Georgiaredclay
lagrange, GA
(Zone 7a)

August 9, 2001
6:29 PM

Post #108094

Does it have a smell. Looks like something that I have that has a smell and it is hard to describe. Not a pleasant smell, but something that I can tolerate. Spreads like crazy.

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Natascha
Bellmawr, NJ

August 10, 2001
1:14 PM

Post #108475

I think it's some kind of Helianthus. They are very hardy and spread like crazy.
Sis

August 10, 2001
1:56 PM

Post #108497

Whew,that a beauty''
MsBatt
Florence, AL
(Zone 7a)

August 10, 2001
10:38 PM

Post #108758

What would you like to have in trade for it?
Kathleen
Panama, NY
(Zone 5a)

August 11, 2001
9:28 AM

Post #108864

I would try finding a picture of Rudbeckia "Golden Glow" It's an old plant that you find on farms around here, next to barns or milkhouses. They get to be 6 feet or more and bloom in August. They do spread like fury, but you can hide a lot of "unsightly" with them in a short time!
herbin
Park Hill, OK
(Zone 5b)

August 11, 2001
8:30 PM

Post #109067

Golden Glow Rudbeckia is right I believe. Spreads out some and can be cut back earlier in the year to make it smaller and bushy when it blooms. Mine always gets knocked down by a summer storm just as it is pretty.
midwestsnowbird

August 11, 2001
9:23 PM

Post #109084

Thank you all very much. It does sound like the golden glow Rudbeckia. Maybe next year i will try pinching it back to keep it somewhat shorter. Judith I emailed you concerning a trade. If anyone else wants some of this plant let me know, i will trade a few more root bunches of it.
Heidi
Toston, MT
(Zone 4a)

August 17, 2001
1:53 PM

Post #111749

I do believe that I also have this plant!
I've wanted to know the name of it for some time. It has been passed down through the family, and I was always told it was a "Golden Rod". Does anyone have a hyperlink that tells more about it? Up here in the north, it doesn't spread much, but it does transplant really well.
Heidi

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