Black-Eyed Susan

Botanical NameRudbeckia hirta
Common Name:BLACK-EYED SUSAN
% Purity:98
% Germination:75
Seeds Per Pouch:1,703,500
Life Cycle:Perennial or Biennial
Life Form:Flower
Characterization:Erect, Ornamental
Flower Color:Yellow
Bloom Period:Fall, Spring, Summer
Height (inches):18 – 48
Spread (inches):12 – 24
Zones:Coastal climates of SW CA, Deserts, Great Central Valley & surrounding mountains, Interior valleys of SW CA, Ocean-influenced North & Central CA, Ocean-influenced SW CA, Pacific Northwest beyond California, Snowy parts of the west
Horticultural Information:Cultivated, Full Sun, Irrigation, Partial Shade
Soil Types / CombinationsLoam
Native To:ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, CONNECTICUT, FLORIDA, GEORGIA, ILLINOIS, IOWA, KANSAS, KENTUCKY, MAINE, MASSACHUSETTS, MISSOURI, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NORTH CAROLINA, NORTH DAKOTA, RHODE ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA, SOUTH DAKOTA, VERMONT, VIRGINIA, WEST VIRGINIA
Plant: Communities:
Elevation (feet):0
Wildlife:Butterflies, Pollinator
Description / UsesSHOWY, GOLDEN YEL RAY FLWRS W/SPHERIC PURPLE DISK. MEADOWS, PRAIRIES, MIXTURES, ALL SOIL TYPES.
Availability:Common
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