Description from Possibility Place: Black-Eyed Susan is a short lived perennial, often only biennial. It produces an abundance of yellow flowers that bloom early to mid summer for about a month. Its flowers attract a range of bees, butterflies, moths and other pollinators. This plant will readily reseed and can spread quite aggressively in this manner. Flowers are good cut and used in arrangements.
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