Natural Shore Technologies
Using ecology to restore land and water
Black-eyed susan is short-lived perennial with bright, sunny blooms. It is considered a pioneer species, readily reseeding to fill in open spots, especially in disturbed areas. Each flower stalk has a single large flower, attracting a variety of bees and butterflies. Black-eyed susan thrives in a variety of conditions and is drought and heat tolerant. It is also deer resistant and can grow under walnut trees.
full sun to partial sun
1 – 3 ft.
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