Black-Eyed Susan - Goldsturm
Cheery yellow blossoms mean summertime in its native prarie habitat. Very hardy and easy to grow from a scattering of seeds. Black-Eyed Susans will naturalize in many climates.
Sow seeds in a sunny location with average soil. Plant about 2 weeks before last frost. For an informal planting; scatter seed thinly and mix top 1/8" soil to cover.
Black-Eyed Susans are hardy perennials that bloom first year. Very drought tolerant.
- Seed Depth: 1/8in
- Seed Space: 1in
- Sprouts In: 5-10 days
- Height: 30in
- Flowers In: Mid Summer