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    Black Eyed Susan Seeds

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    Black Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) is a popular wildflower that is native to North America and is known for its bright yellow petals and dark brown central cone. It's a hardy and easy-to-grow plant that can tolerate a wide range of soil conditions, and it's often used for naturalizing meadows, wildflower gardens, and as a cut flower.

    To grow Black-eyed Susan, you will need:

    • Well-drained soil
    • Full sun or partial shade
    • Black-eyed Susan seeds

    Growing Instructions:

    1. Sow the seeds in the spring or fall, after the last frost date, or before the first frost date.

    2. Press the seeds into the soil and cover them with a thin layer of soil.

    3. Water the Black-eyed Susan regularly, keeping the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.

    4. Once the seedlings are established, thin them out to about 1-2 feet apart.

    5. Deadhead the spent flowers to encourage reblooming.

    6. The Black-eyed Susan will self-seed and will return in the following years.


    Week Task
    1 Sow seeds or transplant seedlings
    2-4 Water regularly, keep the soil consistently moist
    4-6 Thin out seedlings to about 1-2 feet apart
    6-8 Deadhead spent flowers to encourage reblooming
    12-16 The Black-eyed Susan will self-seed and will return in the following years
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