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.
· 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.
· 2 pounds per acre
· 1 packet covers 390 square feet
Grows well with other wildflowers. State flower of Maryland. Can be used in fields, pastures, roadsides, hillsides, meadows, wildflower and floral gardens, mixtures.
Texas Bluebonnet Seed Company
7765 FM 1696
Bedias, Texas 77831
Email: Texas Bluebonnet Seeds