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.
Give your yard a color boost with the changing beauty of lantana flowers.
Prolific blooms make foxglove great plant for your cottage garden.
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.