Black eyed Susan is a great perennial flower adding late season color to the landscape. It is very hardy for Bend.

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Black Eyed Susan / Goldsturm Coneflower Rudbeckia fulgida "Goldsturm" Height: 30 inches Spread: 24 inches Sunlight: full sun Hardiness Zone: 3 Other Names: Orange Coneflower, Black Eyed Susan Maryland

17 low maintenance perennial flowers for the garden

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The black eyed susan, a cheerful wildflower, is a perennial that serves as a beautiful back drop in any garden. The contrast of the bright gold yellow petals and dark middle makes it any easy one to spot and recognize.

How to Grow Black Eyed Susans, easy flowers for your cottage garden. Easily reseeds for years of enjoyment and ease. FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

How to Grow Black Eyed Susans

How to Grow Black Eyed Susans, easy flowers for your cottage garden. Easily reseeds for years of enjoyment and ease. - Our Secret Garden

Black-eyed Susan. The sunny-yellow, easy disposition of this drought-tolerant perennial(Rudbeckia sp.) makes it a good choice for a dry, low-maintenance garden bed. After a few waterings to get the plants established, they'll be there for many summers to come. Hardy in USDA Zones 3 to 10.

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This drought-tolerant perennial (Rudbeckia fulgida) produces a mass of late-summer and early-fall color in sites where many plants don't thrive, like dry hillsides and rocky terrain. Black-eyed Susans do best in average, well-drained soil.

Rudbeckia, Black Eyed Susan

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What's Special About a Black Eyed Susan? - I have always been attracted to Black Eyed Susans, even though they are quite common, because they are such bright colourful  flowers.

What's Special About a Black Eyed Susan

062314 black eyed susans ~ What's Special About a Black Eyed Susan? - I have always been attracted to Black Eyed Susans, even though they are quite common, because they are such bright colourful flowers.

Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldsturm’), courtesy of www.PerennialResource.com

Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldsturm’), I bought a single plant at a garden club plant sale and in just a few years I have an impressive clump that gets bigger every year. Blooms all summer.

Asters &mums for fall, , coneflowers & black eyed susans for summer, daylilly & irises for spring

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10 Perennial Flowers to Start from Seed

10 Perennial Flowers You Can Start from Seed

10 Perennials to start from seed: starting perennial flowers from seed is a great way to fill out your garden without breaking your budget. Here are 10 perennials that are easily grown from seed and some tips for starting each.

Black Eyed Susan Ground Cover - Slammin' Susans

Maryland state flower - Black Eyed Susan Ground Cover - Slammin' Susans by Live Mulch eyed susan

Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm' - Large, golden-yellow, daisy-like flowers up to 12cm (5in) across with cone-shaped, blackish-brown centres from August to October. This award-winning black-eyed Susan looks great planted in bold drifts with other late summer-flowering perennials and ornamental grasses. Coping well in a sunny spot, it's ideal for the middle of a border that doesn't dry out over summer.

- Large, golden-yellow, daisy-like flowers grows up to across with cone-shaped, blackish-brown centres from August to October.

Black-eyed Susan vine - you must plant one of these in your garden this year - it's the vine that keeps going strong all summer long

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[These are perennial in San Diego. Mine has now overrun three fruit trees. But it blooms most of the year.] Black-eyed Susan vine - you must plant one of these in your garden this year - it's the vine that keeps going strong all summer long

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