A dark, chocolate-brown central disk gives the popular Black-Eyed Susan its name. Stems branch near the middle, and the 2" flower heads
are borne at the tips of the branches, forming a golden mound. It thrives throughout the United States and is probably the most common of all
wildflowers. As a cut flower, it has a vase life of 5-10 days.
- Yellow ray flowers sometimes have reddish bases and droop slightly from the flattened, cone-shaped disk. The stems and leaves bear coarse,
- 1 - 3 feet high
- Blooms APRIL-OCTOBER
- Plant in well-drained soils in FULL SUN.
- 1/16" - Cover seeds with 1/16" of soil or gently rake them in. If possible, gently water them in after sowing and continue to keep
them damp until they are established.
- At 70 degrees F, seeds should sprout in 7-30 days.
Grows well with other wildflowers. State flower of Maryland. Can be used in fields, pastures, roadsides, hillsides, meadows, wildflower and floral
- 2 pounds per acre
- 1 packet covers 390 square feet