Black-Eyed Susan is an extremely popular perennial wildflower native to North America. Bright yellow petals stand out around a dark brown domed center. Flowers prolifically on the second year after planting. Readily self-sows.
Start indoors six to eight weeks before last frost or sow directly outside in prepared soil. Light is required for germination; firmly press into growing medium to allow for good soil to seed contact. Transplant outdoors when seedlings reach 6".