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‘Marmalade’ is the best!

IMAGINE my surprise as I started to write this letter when I received this week’s AG and found inside a free packet of Rudbeckia hirta ‘Marmalade’. These flowers were to be the subject of my letter. Spooky!

I have had a fantastic display of these in my garden all summer, as you can see from the photograph. I recommend this flower to all readers. I sowed the seed on the 3rd March, pricked them out when large enough,

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