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Showy Black-eyed Susan - Rudbeckia fulgida

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Showy Black-eyed Susan certainly puts on a show with large golden yellow daisy-like flowers beginning in June and blooming into fall. An excellent cut flower, this Rudbeckia is a pollinator magnet and is the larval host for the Blackberry Looper Moth, Common Eupithecia, Wavy-Lined Emerald, and Sunflower Moth. Bees (leaf-cutting bees, Andrenid bees, Halictid bees), small butterflies and skippers, and others feed on the nectar and pollen. It prefers prairie situations in moist to mesic soils. Soil Type: Clay/Loam/Peat/Sand Soil Conditions: Wet Mesic-Dry Mesic Flower Color: Yellow Height: 3' Light: Full to part sun Credits: Info courtesy of Pizzo Native Nursery and IllinoisWildflowers.Info; Photo courtesy of Julia Bunn

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