Black Eyed Susan, Blackeyed Susan, Brown-eyed Susan, Wild Black-eyed Susan
In Stock: 3.235 lb (Total:3.235lb)
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Germination: sow seed 1/16" deep, tamp the soil, keep moist
Looking to add some bright and sunny color to your garden? Look no further than Rudbeckia hirta, commonly known as Black-eyed Susan, Brown-eyed Susan, or Gloriosa Daisy. This flowering plant is a native of North America, and produces striking daisy-like flowers with sunny yellow or orange-yellow petals and dark purplish brown centers. It can be an annual, biennial, or short-lived perennial, and grows best in full sun in open woods and meadows. Not only is it a beautiful addition to any garden, but the roots have also been used for medicinal purposes in traditional Native American medicine. Rudbeckia hirta is the state flower of Maryland, and is widely planted in gardens and used in ceremonies there. With its ability to attract butterflies and add striking color to any landscape, Rudbeckia hirta is a must-have for any gardener.