How to Plant and Grow Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia Hirta)

Black-eyed susans are cheerful, daisy-like flowers that are beloved by many gardeners for their vibrant yellow petals and dark brown or black centers.

Black Eyed Susan Plant Care

Black-eyed Susan is a member of the aster family, Asteraceae, and is native to eastern North America. “Black eye” refers to the plant’s dark brown center of its flower head.


You’ll get the best out of your black-eyed Susans if you grow them where they can receive full sun, but they can handle partially shaded areas.


This plant is not particular about its soil, but it does best in a not nutrient-rich, well-drained soil with a 6.8 pH.


Now, let us discuss the matter of watering. During the initial stages of growth, I have found that a consistent and deep watering routine is crucial.

Temperature and Humidity

The minimum temperature for this plant at night is from 60-65°F, while the average daytime temperature is around 75-85°F.

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