Black Eyed Susans are one of the most common types of flowering plants in the United States. They thrive in most any type of soil, and even "take over" an area by overwhelming other plants.
In addition to populating countless flower gardens, Black Eyed Susans grow in the open woods, fields, and along roadsides. In fact, they can quite literally be seen anywhere!
Blooming from June to October, Black Eyed Susans are a favorite source of nectar for bees and other insects. If you want to attract butterflies to your garden, simply add in some Black Eyed Susans among your flowers and watch them come in droves!
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