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Black-Eyed Susan

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  1. Black-eyed Susan usually is an annual herb, unbranched, very hairy. Flowerheads solitary or in loose, open clusters, terminal on the stalk, to 4 inches across. Ray flowers 8–21, rich yellow or orangish, slender. Disk hemispherical, becoming egg-shaped, deep brown to purple-brown.
  2. It’s an age old tale in the garden, you planted one cute little Black Eyed Susan in a perfect spot. Then a couple seasons later, you have hundreds of little ones popping up everywhere. This can be maddening for the tidy, organized gardener.
  3. Rudbeckia hirta Rudbeckia hirta L. Black-eyed Susan, Common Black-eyed Susan, Brown-eyed Susan Asteraceae (Aster Family) Synonym(s): USDA Symbol: RUHI2 USDA Native Status: L48 (N), AK (I), CAN This cheerful, widespread wildflower is considered an annual to a short-lived perennial across its range. Bright-yellow, in. wide, daisy-like flowers with dark centers are its claim-to-fame.
  4. Black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta) are native to North America and one of the most popular wildflowers grown. They tend to blanket open fields, often surprising the passerby with their golden-yellow beauty. Members of the sunflower family, the “black eye” is named for the dark, brown-purple centers of its daisy-like flower heads.
  5. Black Eyed Susan Flower Seeds, + Premium Heirloom Seeds, (Yellow Daisy Family), ON SALE!, 99% Purity, 85% Germination, (Isla's Garden Seeds) - Total Quality! out of 5 stars 22 $ $ 5.
  6. Rudbeckia (Black-Eyed Susan) - a genus of North American wildflowers known for their showy yellow coneflowers. Most species are perennial, but Rudbeckia. hirta and all the showy cultivars are biennial, growing only leaves and stems the first season and blooming the following year/5(5).
  7. Black-eyed Susan's is a small Nantucket Restaurant serving Breakfast & Dinner during the summer season. We are cash only and BYOB.
  8. Nov 18,  · Photo by Kaarina Dillabough – Flickr. Black-eyed Susan is the common name for the entire genus of Rudbeckia (Rudbeckia spp.).Although it often refers explicitly to the Rudbeckia hirta species.. Botanist Carolus Linnaeus gave the genus name Rudbeckia as a nod to the renowned Swedish father and son duo, both named Olof Rudbeck.

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