Rudbeckia triloba (Brown-eyed Susan)


Type: Forb

Area: Prairie

Height: 2′ – 5′

Bloom Months: July, Aug, Sept

Color: Yellow

Sun: Part to Full Sun

Moisture: Mesic, Moist

Soil:  Loam, Sand

Host: Tortricid Moths: Epiblema carolinana, Epiblema tandana, Epiblema triparitana

Attracts/Benefits: Small-Med Butterflies, Bees, Bumblebees, Wasps

Notes: Biennial, reseeds

Photo credit: Prairie Moon Nursery

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SKU: 985 Category:


Description from Possibility Place: Flowers of the Brown-Eyed Susan are a bit smaller than those of other Rudbeckia species, but they are so abundant on each plant that they still put on quite a show! They bloom mid to late summer for 1 to 2 months.  Bloom time can be extended by deadheading. Although it can tolerate part shade conditions, plants tend to flop over and flowers are less abundant than in full shade. This plant is short-lived but will readily reseed.

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