A coarse, weedy, clump-forming plant, Brown-Eyed Susan features daisy-like flowers: yellow petals framing a purple-brown center. A glorious and well-recognized wildflower, beautiful in meadows and native plant gardens, and along walkways. Attracts lots of pollinators including bees, butterflies and small wasps, and other critters like tiny spiders.
Height: 2-3 feet
Blooms: yellow in summer and fall
Conditions: Well-drained soils in full sun