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Black-eyed Susan

 (Rudbeckia hirta)


Black-Eyed Susan is a short-lived perennial native to the Midwest. It grows to a height of 30.5 to 91 cm (12 to 36 in.) with stout stems and thick, hairy leaves. The sunflower-like petals have a brown center. The flowers can measure 5 to 8 cm (2 to 3 in.) in diameter. The bloom period is June to August.

The Black-Eyed Susan can grow on a variety of soils, and needs full sun. Broadcast seed 0.8 cm (¾ in.) deep. For best germination, seed should be planted as soon as it is ripe (either fall or early spring).



2.2 kg PLS /hectare
2 lbs. PLS/acre



980,000 per lb. (0.46 kg)

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