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Rudbeckia Goldsturm looking poorly

Rudbeckia purchased spring 2017, flowered well and overwintered in it's pot.  Spring 2018 transferred to a large tub and again flowered well.  I think it overwintered ok but nothing seems to be happening with new growth.  I top dressed it recently with blood, fish and bone.  Should I attempt to split it or am I being impatient?  See photos of last summer's growth and now Thanks

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  • TheveggardenerTheveggardener Posts: 1,057
    Mine have only just started to show so it might be to early but others will know.
  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 20,209
    Mine looks just like yours, it’s coming, they like warmth, hang on a bit and you’ll see it shooting out just fine. 
    It would do better planted out in the garden but if that’s not an option you could thin it out a bit and make another pot full. 
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • Thank you Dee73and Lynn. I was a little concerned but we are in East Lancs and lacking in sunshine. I forget that this plant is a late summer species and has some catching up to do. I think next year will be splitting time. Thanks again.
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