Watch Your Garden Shine with the Prairie Glow!
The “Prairie Glow” Rudbeckia is a blooming powerhouse, complete with yellow and burnt orange petals complimented with a chocolatey hued center.
Why else is Prairie Glow a must-have flower for your landscape?
• 5” bloom span
• Low maintenance
• Cold hardy
• Self seeds
• Excellent cut flower
• Wildlife attractant
The Prairie Glow will add personality to your garden with its stunning array of colors. The plant sits well in back borders, ornamental grass gardens, and cut flower arrangements. Unlike most Coneflowers, this plant portrays a constant flower pattern. Its long bloom season insures a gorgeous garden until winter comes calling.
Droves of butterflies and native bees will seek out the Prairie Glow as a “second home.”In the colder months, make sure to leave some of the flower heads to harden into cones. Once hardened, birds will flock to your bed, eating the seeds for winter fat.
Despite the Prairie Glow’s gorgeous looks, the plant is easy to maintain. Water regularly and maintain a moist well-drained soil. The flower is drought resistant once established, and it can handle everything from the blistering sun to torrent downpours. Its cold hardy nature makes it a desired flower from Canada to Florida!
Although the plant is considered biennial (a two year life from seed to mature plant), the Coneflower will self-seed, giving you year after year of gorgeous blooms! Make sure to take off deadheads during the season to prevent over seeding in your beds.
The Perfect Cut Flower
The tantalizing trio of colors makes the Prairie Glow a desirable cut flower. The three week shelf life will keep you from stealing blooms from the garden each day. Think about your rooms coming to life with tones of yellows, oranges, and browns.
Get your Prairie Glow today, and enjoy the benefits—flowers, wildlife, fragrances—that nature has to offer.