Common name - Black-Eyed Susan
Golden yellow, single flowers that reach up to 4 inches across, with contrasting small dark eyes. Showy in the garden and fine for cutting.
Black-Eyed Susan flowers all summer when planted in full sun. Plant in garden where they will bloom year after year.
Planting time - Early spring to early winter.
Height - 1-3 feet
Germinates in - 7 to 21 days
Sowing Depth - 1/8 inch
Row spacing - 18-24 inches
Seed spacing - 1 inch
Thinning - when plants are 2-4 inches tall thin to 12-15 inches apart.
Net weight 260 MG (Estimated 600 seeds)