Black-eyed Susan Care: A Mini Plant Profile
In this podcast, you'll learn how to properly care for your Black-eyed Susan plants and what their needs are to thrive in your garden.
What You'll Learn:
- How to care for your Black-eyed Susan plants.
- Tools and supplies (below) you'll need to care for them.
- Resources and links for more information.
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Black-eyed Susan Plant Care
Black-eyed Susans start growing in the spring and can flower from mid-summer to early fall with lots of color variations to brighten up your garden!
They are one of the easier plants to care for (tools and supplies below) and here are quick care tips to help them thrive in your garden this summer.
Are considered a biennial or short-lived perennial.
Are in the Daisy family of plants, Asteraceae.
Flowers come in colors of yellow or orange ray petals with a central raised cone either black or dark brown.
Blooms from mid-summer to early fall.
Grow in USDA Hardiness zones 3 to 9.
They can grow up to 3 to 4 feet tall and 1 ½ feet wide.
They prefer full sun.
They like well-draining soil.
These plants need moderate to regular watering.
Descended from wild plants native to the Eastern and Central US.
Require little care and are drought tolerant. Deadhead them to encourage late season flowering and divide them when they start to get crowded with each other or with other surrounding plants.
And that's your Mini Plant Profile.
Tools and Supplies to Care for Your Black-eyed Susan Plants
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