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Plant Name:

Black-Eyed Susan

Scientific Name:

Rudbeckia hirta


Black-Eyed Susan is a perennial wildflower with bright yellow petals and a dark brown or black central cone.


Prairies, meadows, open areas


Black-Eyed Susan is a nectar source for butterflies, bees, and other pollinators. It also attracts various bird species that feed on its seeds. The plant provides cover and nesting sites for birds and small mammals.

Growing Conditions:

Thrives in well-drained soil in full sun.


Black-Eyed Susan is often used in wildflower gardens and landscaping. The plant has been used medicinally for various purposes, including traditional Native American remedies.

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Fun Facts:

Black-Eyed Susan is the state flower of Maryland.

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