Daisylike flowers with yellow petals and black center disks on branched stems. The narrow green leaves are conspicuously hairy. Blooms for many weeks in July and August and is a good cut flower.
Header Photo: Mervin Wallace
Missouri Black-eyed Susan
Typical Landscape Use
Establishment and Care Instructions
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