Medal Of Excellence Nominee: Rudbeckia ‘Tiger Eye Gold’

Medal Of Excellence Nominee: Rudbeckia 'Tiger Eye Gold'

Goldsmith Seeds has introduced the world’s first F1 hybrid rudbeckia, ‘TigerEye Gold.’

A familiar variety in the garden, the American native rudbeckia thrives in a wide range of conditions, north to south, coast to coast.

‘TigerEye Gold’ offers growers advantages over traditional open-pollinated rudbeckia varieties, including rapid and uniform plug development, excellent and uniform establishment following transplant, great pot-fill resulting from superior branching, fine-tuned PGR responsiveness, uniform bud development and flowering. This bench-run uniformity translates into a high-value 4- to 6-inch product. 

Retailers benefit from ‘TigerEye Gold’s’ compact habit and durable, eye-catching flowers. Customers won’t be able to resist!

Home gardeners and landscapers will love the incredible display of long-lasting, semi-double golden blooms. These 18- to 24-inch plants make a strong statement over a wide range of conditions, weathering heat and humidity while offering reduced sensitivity to powdery mildew and requiring minimal care. 

Cultural Information

Uniformity formerly unknown in rudbeckia
Excellent basal development
Excellent PGR response
Vigorous root development for fast establishment in the garden
Dense flower canopy and long-lasting blooms
Reduced sensitivity to powdery mildew

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10 comments on “Medal Of Excellence Nominee: Rudbeckia ‘Tiger Eye Gold’

  1. Anonymous

    Just bought this plant today in fact I bought 2 plants. Could not resist. Even my husband said buy 2 plants. Large lovely blooms great color really bushy plants. Bought in Florida at wonderful plant stand in San Marco

  2. Anonymous

    Bought a Tiger eye Rudbeckia today and love it, can it thrive in a pot? or does it need to be in the ground, does it do well in full to part sun?

  3. Anonymous

    I just bought a rudbeckia Tiger eye today and a local farm and home supply store.Very Eye catching.Was wondering if It dan thrive as a potted plant? full or partial sun also can it survive outside in the winter time or do I need to bring it in the house. Do they bloom year after year?
    I live in Kane, Illnoise

  4. Anonymous

    Just bought this plant today in fact I bought 2 plants. Could not resist. Even my husband said buy 2 plants. Large lovely blooms great color really bushy plants. Bought in Florida at wonderful plant stand in San Marco

  5. Anonymous

    Bought a Tiger eye Rudbeckia today and love it, can it thrive in a pot? or does it need to be in the ground, does it do well in full to part sun?

  6. Anonymous

    I JUST BOUGHT 3 TIGER-EYE RUDECKIA, WILL THESE
    PLANT WINTER-OVER AND RESEED THEMSELVES.
    I LIVE IN ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA

  7. Anonymous

    I just bought a rudbeckia Tiger eye today and a local farm and home supply store.Very Eye catching.Was wondering if It dan thrive as a potted plant? full or partial sun also can it survive outside in the winter time or do I need to bring it in the house. Do they bloom year after year?
    I live in Kane, Illnoise