Sun Exposure: Full, Partial
Soil Moisture: Medium-Wet, Medium, Medium-Dry
Bloom Time: June through October
Bloom Color: Yellow to orange
Attracts: beneficial native bees, butterflies and birds; seeds for birds in fall/winter
Pollinator benefit: valuable to native bees
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Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida) is a perennial coneflower with yellow-orange, slightly curved petals, each toothed at its apex. The 1-3 ft. stems and scattered, oval leaves are covered with bristly hairs. Flower heads are 2-3 in. wide.
Easy and trouble-free, Rudbeckia fulgida is a variable species with numerous varieties. It self-sows and produces abundant offsets.
Info from www.wildflowers.org