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Black-eyed Susan ( Rudbeckia hirta) is a widespread member of the aster family with showy yellow petals and a distinctive dark central disc. The contrasting colors of these daisy-like flowers makes them an eye-catching feature of any meadow or garden. The color also attracts pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, and insects, as well as birds which feed on its seeds.
Black-eyed Susan grows 1 to 3 feet tall and blooms from early summer to mid-autumn (June-Oct). Highly resistant to deer, this biennial is able to grow, flower, and reseed itself at the end of its two-year cycle with remarkable success. Black-eyed Susan is native to the lower 48 United States and much of Canada. Although it thrives in full sun and dry soil, it will also grow in partial sun and moist soil.