Black-eyed Susan Seeds - rudbeckia hirta
Black-eyed Susans have large, golden yellow flowerheads.
It will bloom from early summer until first frost. Use it in borders, cottage gardens, meadows, or for naturalizing. Butterflies are drawn to it. The species is native to the central U.S.
Noteworthy characteristics: Long bloom time. Large flowerheads to 9 inches wide. May be short-lived; often grown as an annual.
Care: Grow in full sun and well-drained soil that is consistently moist. Deadhead regularly
Propagation: Start seeds by surface sowing and gently pressing into the soil indoors in spring or direct sow in the garden after the frost-free date. May be short-lived, but plants will self-sow.
Attracts Birds and Butterflies!
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