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Looking at kitchen garden with back to pool and Black-eyed Susan in full bloom, end of July.

from HGTV

13 Low-Maintenance Perennials

Black-eyed Susan. The sunny-yellow, easy disposition of this drought-tolerant perennial(Rudbeckia sp.) makes it a good choice for a dry, low-maintenance garden bed. After a few waterings to get the plants established, they'll be there for many summers to come. Hardy in USDA Zones 3 to 10.

from House of Hawthornes

Black-Eyed Susan Vines aka Heaven On Earth

Black-eyed Susan vine - you must plant one of these in your garden this year - it's the vine that keeps going strong all summer long

Hand painted window instead of a traditional painting or photograph /// easy for anyone to add a personal and fun touch to their home

Beautiful garden; along, the fence; now, there's, MY, kind-of-garden!!!

Cherry Brandy Black Eyed Susan. My yellow black eyed susan's spread seeds that sprouted all over my lawn. Hard to resist them though. They're hardy and drought tolerant.

from Anne McKinnell Photography

What's Special About a Black Eyed Susan

What's Special About a Black Eyed Susan? - I have always been attracted to Black Eyed Susans, even though they are quite common, because they are such bright colourful flowers.


Black Eyed Susans and Barn, Vermont, USA

Black Eyed Susans and Barn, Vermont ~ by Darrell Gulin

from HGTV

Gorgeous Landscapes

Lovely garden overflowing with Shasta daisies, daylilies and other perennials- with a dwelling place for birds, as well!

Rudbeckia Goldstrum. June to Sept. Height 60. Spread 60cm. Top gardeners top ten variety. Masses of 13cm wide flowers are produced from mid summer until the first frosts. Compact, height and spread of 60cm. Has an RHS award of garden merit.