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Rudbeckia hirta ''Indian Summer''
Rudbeckia hirta ''Indian Summer''
Common Name: Black-eyed Susan
It's hard not to like this cheerful, long-blooming summertime flower. A cultivar of the Black-eyed Susan, it is typically an annual in the central Midwest. The typical daisylike flowerheads consist of an outer ring of ray florets and a central receptacle composed of many disk florets. The rough-textured basal leaves are diamond shaped, four to seven inches long, with three conspicuous veins. Plants produce erect, bristly stems to three feet tall, which branch freely and bear hairy lance shaped leaves.
Height: 34-48 Inches
Spread: 12-18 Inches
USDA Hardiness Zone: 5-9