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Jesse Saylor

(Common Black-eyed Susan, Sonora Black-Eyed Susan)

Sonora black-eyed Susan is a compact variety of this clump forming short-lived perennial. Throughout the summer, it bears many beautiful golden daisies ringed with dark mahogany around their dark eyes. These appear on short, stout stems lined with hairy dark green leaves and attract many pollinators, such as bees and butterflies.

This plant grows best in full sun and well drained, average soil. It is prone to root rot and powdery mildew, so it's best to provide it with good air flow and avoid...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Common Black-eyed Susan, Sputnik Black-eyed Susan)

The warm and inviting flower colors of ‘Sputnik’ set this bicolored black-eyed Susan apart. Its large single blooms have petals that are dark chocolate towards the center and gold at the tips. The plants are tall, easy to grow and offer lots of blooms in the heat of summer.

Common black-eyed Susan, also called gloriosa daisy, is a short-lived perennial that originates from North America. It is wonderfully easy to grow and blooms for an extended period of time. Throughout the summer, the clump-forming,...

Common black-eyed Susan, also called gloriosa daisy, is a short-lived perennial that is native to much of North America. It is a warm season wildflower that can be found growing in old-fields, thickets, rocky prairies, meadows and roadsides. There are lots of colorful cultivars available. All are wonderfully easy to grow and long-blooming.

The rich green leaves of gloriosa daisy and linear, often lance-shaped, and have a coarsely hairy surface that’s rough to the touch. The leaves form neat...

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James H. Schutte

(Common Black-eyed Susan, Toto Gold Black-eyed Susan)

The seed-grown ‘Toto’ is a very popular gloriosa daisy best known for its short stature. It is heavy flowering, offering lots of golden daisies throughout most of the summer.

Common black-eyed Susan, also called gloriosa daisy, is a short-lived perennial that originates from North America. It is wonderfully easy to grow and blooms for an extended period of time. Throughout the summer, the compact, clump-forming, short-lived perennial puts forth, thick, leafy stems topped with large flowers...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Common Black-eyed Susan, Toto Lemon Black-eyed Susan)

The bright and cheerful Toto® Lemon is a short-statured, floriferous common black-eyed Susan. This clump-forming, short-lived perennial originates from North America. All summer, it bears many large, lemon yellow daisies with chocolate brown centers. These appear on short, stout stems lined with hairy dark green leaves. A single plant becomes covered with flowers, which are manna to bees and butterflies.

Common black-eyed Susan grows best in full sun and well drained, average soil. It is prone...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Common Black-eyed Susan, Toto Rustic Black-eyed Susan)

Toto® Rustic is a short-statured, floriferous black-eyed Susan grown for its rustic two-tone flowers. This clump-forming, short-lived perennial originates from North America. All summer, it bears many large daisies with petals that are chocolate-burgundy at the base and golden yellow at the tips. These appear on short, stout stems lined with hairy dark green leaves. Each plant becomes covered with flowers, which are manna to bees and butterflies.

Common black-eyed Susan grows best in full sun...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Common Black-eyed Susan, Rustic Colors Mix Black-eyed Susan)

The warm and inviting flower colors of Rustic Colors Mix are mahogany, bronze-red and gold. The large, single-flowered black-eyed Susans are compact, easy to grow and offer lots of blooms in the heat of summer.

Common black-eyed Susan, also called gloriosa daisy, is a short-lived perennial that originates from North America. It is wonderfully easy to grow and blooms for an extended period of time. Throughout the summer, the clump-forming, short-lived perennial puts forth, thick, leafy stems...

Image of Rudbeckia hirta (TOTO SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Common Black-eyed Susan, Toto Black-Eyed Susan)

Toto® black-eyed Susan is a short-lived, clump forming perennial that originates from North America. Throughout the summer, the seed-grown selection Toto® bears many large, golden-yellow daisies with chocolate centers. These appear on short, stout stems lined with hairy dark green leaves and attract many pollinators, such as bees and butterflies. Others in the Toto® series include Toto® Rustic (maroon and yellow) and Toto® Lemon (pale yellow).

This plant grows best in full sun and well drained,...

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James H. Schutte

(Cutleaf Coneflower, Tall Black-eyed Susan)

Named for its deeply lobed green leaves, cutleaf coneflower is a tall perennial that becomes covered with green-eyed, yellow flowers from summer to fall. Natural populations can be found across a large expanse of North America, from British Columbia, Canada down to northern Florida. In the wild it favors moist, open woods, streamsides, moist thickets and roadsides. The plants form clumps that slowly spread by rhizomes.

The large, deeply lobed leaves line the upright stems of this large Rudbeckia....

(Black Coneflower, Western Coneflower)

Strange looking but elegant and sophisticated at the same time, the blackened purple and brown flowers of the western coneflower also have modest petal-resembling green sepals (bud leaves). A clumping herbaceous perennial native to the shortgrass prairies and montane meadows of the American West, it attracts butterflies and seed-eating songbrids. Growing from a rhizome (underground stem), it appreciates moisture and usually grows in acidic moist pockets or alongside streams.

The lance-shaped...