Clasping coneflower (Rudbeckia amplexicaulis)
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Where to plant
Let’s now see where to plant Clasping coneflower (Rudbeckia amplexicaulis). What types of gardens and where this plant is normally grown.
It tolerates being planted in different orientations. But if possible, plant clasping coneflower in a east facing or south facing garden.
It has numerous uses in gardening and landscaping. Rudbeckia amplexicaulis can work very well in gardens of different styles:
- City & Courtyard Gardens – usually small gardens, these gardens need smart designs to work well as they have to allow areas to relax, play and entertain;
- Coastal gardens – are gardens along the coast, typically very exposed to sun and wind;
- Informal Gardens – have a free design and close to the nature aspect. The lines are smoother and more fluid and the planting is less rigid;
- Wildflower meadows – a garden that recreates an open and natural habitat, a field covered with herbs and other wild plants;
- Wildlife gardens – natural gardens that feature plants that attract native wildlife such as birds, pollinating insects and small mammals;
clasping coneflower is often applied in cut flowers – to harvest and decorate the house; but also flower borders and bedding – creating compositions in the garden;.