Black-Eyed Susan Seeds – Rudbeckia hirta Seed
A stalwart of any wildflower meadow, Black-Eyed Susan is perhaps the most emblematic of the classic North American Wildflowers. This flower is extremely resilient, and though it clearly prefers sun, our trials have consistently demonstrated that it can tolerate partial shade as well. Native to the eastern United States, it has been largely naturalized throughout the rest of the country.
Name:Black Eyed Susan Seeds
Botanical Name:Rudbeckia hirta
Light Requirement:Full Sun, Partial Sun
Planting Season:Spring, Fall
Plant Type:Naturalizing North American Native, Upright Branching Short-Lived Perennial, Ovate Leaf Shape
Features:Heirloom, Attracts Pollinators, Cut Flower Garden, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Poor Soil Tolerant, Fast Growing, Extended Bloom Time, Easy to Grow & Maintain, Container Garden
Blooms:Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Fall
Days to Maturity:60-90 Days
Plant Height:12-27 inches
Plant Spacing:6-8 inches
Planting Depth:1/4 inch
Sowing Method:Direct Sow
Seeds per Packet:350 mg
Seeds per Pound:817, 000
Hardiness Zones:3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
How to Plant Black Eyed Susans
About Black Eyed Susans
A stalwart of any wildflower meadow, Black Eyed Susan is perhaps the most emblematic of the classic North American wildflowers. It is extremely resilient and boasts beautiful, yellow, daisy-like flowers with a dark chocolate color center. Native to the eastern United States, it has been largely naturalized throughout the rest of the country.
When to Plant Black Eyed Susan Seeds
Black Eyed Susans do best when the soil temperature is at 70?