We are starting to create individual Texas native plants profiles and Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii) is our fourth.
From the entry:
“We love using Black-eyed Susan for its versatility. This short growing perennials is not only deer resistant but also drought tolerant and part shade tolerant, meaning you can use it pretty much in most landscaping situation. Looks wonderful when planted amass where the huge daisy blooms will surely grab your attention. We landscapers love using Black Eyed Susan as a low growing layer in flowerbed planting – Instant curb appeal! Goldstrum is tough and fuss free and the plant’s only maintenance is pruning after first frost.“
What do you think about Black Eyed Susan ? Do you grow it yourself? Pictures or insights to share?