All-America Selections, National Garden Bureau and Perennial Plant Association Work Together on the “Triple Crown of Horticulture!”

November 7, 2022 National Garden Bureau

For the first time ever, three major industry non-profits have joined forces to promote a plant class and specific variety, all in unison, and for good reason.

2023 Perennial Plant of the Year Announced

The Perennial Plant Association is pleased to promote Rudbeckia ‘American Gold Rush’ as the 2023 Perennial Plant of the Year®.  ‘American Gold Rush’ is a stunning addition to any garden.  At the height of summer, it turns up the volume for a long season of dazzling color right up to autumnal frosts. The bright golden-yellow flowers feature arching rays and a reddish halo surrounding dark chocolate cones. Three-inch flowers blanket the compact plant, which is only 22-27 inches tall with a broader width to 40 inches if given room to grow. 

National Garden Bureau Rolls Out Six Plant Classes for the 2023 “Year of the” Program

July 25, 2022 National Garden Bureau

National Garden Bureau, the non-profit organization promoting gardening in North America on behalf of the horticulture industry and its members, just rolled out all six of the 2023 “Year of the” plant classes last week at Cultivate’22.

AAS Winning Rudbeckia is a Classic All American Treasure

April 9, 2021 All-America Selections

Widely known as black-eyed Susan, this North American native can be found growing as a wildflower in fields and along roadsides throughout the country.

Fleuroselect Trial Video | Rudbeckia Range Exceeds Expectations at RHS Hyde Hall

October 1, 2020 Fleuroselect

Within the framework of the ‘2020, Year of the Rudbeckia’ home garden marketing campaign, Fleuroselect together with Peter Seabrook, broadcaster and gardening editor at The Sun newspaper, planted a trial of over 80 Rudbeckia varieties at the Royal Horticultural Society’s garden Hyde Hall in Essex, U.K.