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Black Eyed Susan

A large showy yellow flower with a dark brownish center, that is commonly found along roadsides. It is found in 46 of the 50 US states. It is most commonly distinguished from other similar Asters by a hairy stem and oval leaves. It stands 1-2 feet high in height and flowers can be up to 3 inches across.

Wildflower Details

Scientific Name:hirta
Growing Season:All summer
Soil Type:Open areas, common in roadsides
Other Names:

Coneflower, Brown-eyed Susan