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Plant Name:

Browneyed Susan

Scientific Name:

Rudbeckia triloba


Browneyed Susan is a native perennial wildflower with bright yellow daisy-like flowers that have dark brown centers. The flowers are held on branched stems, and the plant has deeply lobed leaves.


Prairies, open fields, roadsides


Browneyed Susan attracts various pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and other insects. It provides a nectar source and serves as a host plant for certain butterfly species.

Growing Conditions:

Browneyed Susan prefers full sun and well-drained soils. It is drought-tolerant once established.


Browneyed Susan is often used in wildflower gardens, prairie restorations, and natural landscapes.

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Fun Facts:

Browneyed Susan is also known as "Three-Lobed Rudbeckia" or "Thin-Leaved Coneflower".

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