Categories: Herbaceous Perennial
A short-lived perennial, it self-seeds readily, flowering in its second year. Its abundant bright yellow flowers are flat, one to two inches across, with jet black centers that fade to brown. Blooming from late summer until hard frost, Rudbeckia triloba reaches two to five feet tall and becomes bushy if not crowded by other plants.
While it prefers moderate moisture, Brown-eyed Susan tolerates most conditions, including drought, once it is established. It makes an excellent cut flower and complements any of the tall native grasses and common prairie wildflowers
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