Black-eyed Susan’s cheery yellow blossoms mean summertime in its native prairie habitat. Very hardy and easy to grow. Will naturalize in many climates. Attracts bees and other pollinators.
Seed Depth: 1/8″ (3mm)
Spacing: 1″ (3cm)
Sprouts In: 5-10 days
Thinning: 6″ (15cm)
Plant outdoors in a sunny location and average soil about two weeks before last spring frost date. Scatter seed thinly and mix with top 1/8″ of soil to lightly cover. Water consistently until plants emerge.
Black-eyed Susan is a hardy perennial that blooms first year from seed. Very drought tolerant.
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