Black Eyed Susan

CHARACTERISTICS
Planting Rate 1 PLS LB per Acre or 1 Bulk OZ covers 1,361 SQ FT
Plant Height 2 -3 FT
Seed Count 1,500,000 Seeds per LB.
Botanical Name Rudbeckia hirta
Life Cycle Perennial
Environment Full Sun
Preferred Sites Mesic to Dry Soils _ Upland/Grassland - Disturbed
Bloom Period May-September
Flower Color Yellow
Pollinator Value Very Good
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Description

Black Eyed Susan

 

Black Eyed Susan could just be one of the most popular wildflowers with it's wide adaptation distribution across the United States. This biennial wildflower makes a great choice for native prairies, landscaping and food and habitat for wildlife and pollinators.

 

  • Biennial wildflower than can also be a short-lived perennial
  • Mature plant height of 2 feet
  • Long blooming from early summer to early fall
  • Beautiful yellow petals with a dark brown to black seedhead
  • Medium seedling vigor and moderately deep-rooted up to a minimum of 10 inches
  • Moderate heat and drought tolerance
  • Very good winter hardiness
  • Great source of food for pollinators and other beneficial insects
  • Highly adaptable in varying soil types and climates
  • Deer resistant specie

 

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