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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 »

Black-eyed Susans can be grown as annuals if you take precautions as the flowers start to seed. Cutting the flowers before they dry and wither means that the thousands of tiny seeds stay attached to the flower head. If n... More »

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