Black-eyed Susan for rain gardens
Photo: William Wright
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Black-eyed Susan

(Rudbeckia fulgida)

Descended from plants native to the eastern U.S., this showy coneflower blooms in late summer and fall. A perennial that dies back to the ground in winter, it needs plenty of room to spread as the summer progresses. Golden yellow flowers with dark centers.

Zone: 3; Hardy everywhere

Height: up to 3 feet.

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