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    Plants for the Southwest - Black Eyed Susan


    Black eyed-susan plants for home and landscaping in the southwest. Plant them in mass for a great looking landscaping effect. They are perennials and their blooms are long lasting. These plants are very hardy in the southwest and can handle almost any type of soil.

    They do well in the desert southwest and Color Your World Nursery will always have this plant during the early through summer seasons.

    Black-eyed Susan - (Rudbeckia sullivantii)

    These perennial plants have color from mid summer to fall. They are upright and grow to about 3 feet. They love full sun to very light shade. The Black Eyed-Susan plants are drought tolerant once established. The scientific name for these plant are "Rudbeckia sullivantii".

    They are low maintenance and easy care plants that provide color from early summer to late fall. Fertilize once in early spring, summer and fall. We recommend using PETERS ALL PURPOSE 5LB plant food. Why because it works. You can purchase this product at Color Your World Nurseries.











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