black-eyed Susan


Black-eyed Susan - Rudbeckia
Black-eyed Susan is a native Midwest perennial and a common sight in our gardens. They grow fast and their cheerful bright daisy-like flowers with dark central cones attract pollinators. They require little maintenance and are drought tolerant. You can deadhead them to prolong flowering.

Flowers summer to early fall.

Height: 2′ – 3′

Width: 1′ – 2′

Watering and soil: Average soil. Water to establish then drought tolerant.

Exposure: Full sun.

Varieties: Goldstrum, Hirta Native, Little Goldstar, Showy, Viette

Image: Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldstrum’

Category: Sun Perennials – Sun Plants – Sunny Plants – Black-eyed Susan near me – Rudbeckia