Rudbeckia hirta (black-eyed susan)


Actual inventory ready for sale may vary, please contact us to confirm stock

Black eyed Susan’s are considered a bi-annual. They are not native to coastal Massachusetts, but almost! They have naturalized here and there are native habitats in Western Mass. They are a very recognizable flower, as they should be, they are a keystone species.

Rudbeckia hirta (black-eyed susan )

  • Full Sun to Part Shade
  • 2′-4′ Height, 1′-2′ Width
  • June, July, Aug Bloom
  • Keystone Species((supports 28+ native bee specialists)
  • Long Bloomer
  • Drought Tolerant
  • Salt Tolerant
  • Deer/Rabbit Resistant
  • Cut Flower
  • Attracts Birds
  • Pollinator Powerhouse
  • Host Plant
  • Rain Garden
  • Aggressive

Order Online for Pickup at our Westport, MA farm. 

An additional handling charge may be applied at pickup. This is dependent on order quantity.