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- Mature height: 2 to 3 feet with a spread of 1 to 2 feet
- Light: Full sun to part shade
- Soil: Medium (moist is best)
- Landscape uses: Borders, annual beds.
- Deer resistant: Yes
- Goes well with Little Bluestem, Pale Purple Coneflower, Blue Wild Indigo
- Fun fact: Black-Eyed Susan is Maryland's state flower.
Pollinator value: Very high. Atrracts native bees, honey bees, bumblebees, butterflies, and more. Larval host Bordered Patch and Gorgone Checkerspot butterflies.
Considered an annual or short-lived perennial, this cheery, daisy-like wildflower produces bright yellow-to-orange rays and a dark brown, domed center. Its leaves and stems are coarse and hairy, and it blooms from June through October, tolerating drought fairly well. Brids enjoy its ripe seeds.