During the height of summer is when one is able to discover a plethora of Black Eyed Susan flowers blooming healthily in fields as well as on roadsides all over North America.
Its golden yellow daisy flowers are almost universally loved but the Black Eyed Susan (rudbeckia hirta) is often thought of as a weed rather than a garden plant.
However, if you’re looking to add more wildflowers and native plants to your landscape, Black Eyed Susan should be at the top of your list of candidates
Whether your idea of the perfect garden is a meadow of wildflowers and grasses, or an old fashioned formal flower border, Black Eyed Susan flowers will be right at home in your landscape.
Wild types of Rudbeckia are perfect for natural gardens and are easy to grow from seed. Newer varieties with larger flowers in a wide variety of warm colors will perform beautifully alongside the perennials and annuals in your existing sunny flower garden.
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