Black eyed susan
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From classic fall shades of red, orange, and yellow to vibrant purple and pink blooms you might associate with warmer temperatures, there’s an endless supply of options for colorful fall plants. We’ve rounded up some of the South’s best fall shrubs, trees and late-blooming fall flowers. #fallgardening #fallflowers #coldweathergardening #southernliving
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Grow the best Black Eyed susans (aka: rudbeckia) and enjoy the sunny color all summer long well into Fall! Drought tolerant and they grow easily from seed. There are lots of varieties to choose from and they come back year after year. Plant some today! #cottagegarden #flowerpatchfarmhouse #rudbeckia #garden
If you are looking for a drought and deer resistant perennial with late season blooming power, growing Black Eyed Susan is the perfect solution.
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Your garden needs annuals, that last one season, and perennials which come back every year. Plant these hardy sun lovers for long-lasting color.
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Black-eyed Susan vines - you must plant one of these in your garden this year - it's the vine that keeps going strong all summer long!
For a cheery splash of daisy-like flowers, consider planting black-eyed Susan. You’ll be rewarded with masses of blooms that do well in many conditions.
Jerrianne Barnhart saved to Wildflowers
for along both sides of the front porch? echinachea, black-eyed susan, sedum, shasta daisies, and day lilies.
Another view of the Black-Eyed Susan patch.
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