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Rudbeckia hirta

Black-Eyed Susan

Black-Eyed Susan is considered a biennial, but since it seeds so readily, Rudbeckia hirta does not disappear from the garden. This native wildflower has deep yellow petals surrounding a black cone, which are an important food source for pollinators and songbirds. Rudbeckia hirta thrives in a wide range of site conditions, and is an excellent candidate for naturalizing in meadows and along woodlands and roadsides. Deadhead to prolong flowering.

Height

30 Inches

Spread

24 Inches

Bloom Color

Yellow

USDA Hardiness Zone

3
Current Availability
Qty Avail Description Future Crop Future Crop Ready Date
0 Rudbeckia hirta #2 (yellow, biennial) 200 late June
Characteristics & Attributes
Attributes
Cut Flower
Deer Resistant
Native
Repeat Bloom
Soil Conditions
Average
Dry
Sandy
Bloom Time
Summer
Exposure
Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Butterflies
Attracts Pollinators
Food Source for Wildlife
Tolerance
Clay Soil Tolerant
Drought Tolerant
Foliage Color
Green
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Russian Sage
Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea 'PowWow White'
Purple Coneflower
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