Black eyed Susan plants are one of the classic plants of the mid to late summer perennial garden. They have been grown for many years and you can say with some confidence, that rarely do you meet one you would not want to keep in my garden.
The trick to growing black eyed Susan plants is to give them full sun in good soil. Moderate fertility will give you the best flower show so avoid the edges of lawns where lawn food will give too much nitrogen.
Mostly in shades of yellow and gold, the plants range in height from 18 inches to a full 72 inches in height and bloom in late summer into fall. Planting is 18 inches apart for the shorter varieties and 24 inches apart for the larger plants over 3 feet tall.
For those who like to propagate plants, black eyed Susan’s are mostly done from seed or division. Note the hybrids will not come true from seed so division is the preferred method.
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