Rudbeckia is a genus of beloved wildflowers and garden standbys many of us remember from childhood. This new selection of Black-eyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta 'Toto', is as compact, plucky, and energetic as its namesake (Dorothy's dog). It produces masses of golden 4in flowers given full sun and well-drained conditions. Impressive in the front of the border and equally striking against blue Scaevola or at the base of Pennisetum. Cut back after the first flowering and water deeply for a late-summer encore. Recently won a major industry competition for quality.