Common Name: Sweet Black-eyed Susan, Sweet Coneflower
Full to part sun, moderately wet to moderately dry moisture level, tolerant of a range of soils including clay. 3-5 feet height, blooms summer into fall, yellow flowers, naturalizes by re-seeding at a moderate rate.
Germination Code: C(30)
Native Region: Only found in Stewart and Montgomery counties
This long-lived and easy-to-grow plant is designated a “Threatened Species” in Tennessee. Showy, scented flowers. Tolerates hot humid summers but not drought. Attracts butterflies and bees.