Rudbeckia hirta

Black-eyed Susan

A classic native wildflower, Black-eyed Susan produces perky orange composite flowers throughout the summer months. Thrives in full sun and poor soil.

Height: 2-5 feet

Sun Requirements: Prefers full sun but will tolerate some shade

Water Requirements: Very adaptable. Dry to moist soils.

Flowers: Lovely yellow/orange flowers June to October

Attracts: Birds, bees, butterflies

Important Butterfly Larval Host

Special Tolerances: Drought tolerant, Juglones/Walnuts tolerant and an erosion control species