Black-Eyed Susan: Our Favorite Flowers
Try these drought-tolerant dark-eyed beauties in your garden.
The prolific, drought-tolerant black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida) produces dozens of flowers from mid summer to fall. Beautiful in cottage-style gardens, it also attracts butterflies. Also called black-eyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta is an annual.
Spacey, globe-shaped flowers make this flower pop.
These beauties hold their color all season long with regular pruning.
These bright daisy-like blooms are the stars of the late summer and fall garden.
Prolific blooms make foxglove great plant for your cottage garden.
Give your yard a color boost with the changing beauty of lantana flowers.
Add an exotic look to your garden with these extraterrestrial looking flowers.
Learn how to use joe-pye weed in your garden.
Spruce up your cottage garden with these daisy-like Golden Marguerites.
Love the smell of chocolate? Then you'll love these fragrant perennials.
Learn about this clumping evergreen that blooms in late summer or early fall.