Named for the dark color of their centers, black-eyed Susans are popular flowers in North America. They bloom during the summer and fall months in gorgeous golden and yellow hues. They are territorial flowers, so avoid p... More »

Black-eyed Susans are hardy perennial wildflowers that grow in a wide variety of conditions. They are drought resistant and require little care. They can also self-seed from year to year or, like other perennials, be spl... More »

To plant black-eyed Susan seeds, choose a suitable location and prepare the soil. Next, sow the seeds and lightly water them. Plant black-eyed Susan seeds directly outdoors or indoors in pots or seed beds. More »

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