Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Daily Inspiration

Rudbeckia Fulgida
Black-Eyed Susan
There really isn't any better perennial for our area than this one! Black-Eyed Susans will live happily in many different soil, light,  and watering conditions, though it does the very best in full sun, with consistent moisture. It forms clumps, 29" tall and 23" wide. They can easily be divided after a season or two. Rudbeckia is perfect if you need a bright spot in your flower beds. In fact, now is a great time to go assess your flower beds to see where you need more mid-summer color.

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