Black-eyed Susan



Black Eyed Susans are bright yellow with a very dark center. The dark center is a "seed head" which contains hundreds of seeds. In the Fall the seed head will dry out, come apart, and spread the hundreds of seeds around to produce more plants. It's the dark center that gives the plant it's name. Black Eyed Susans are common in native prairies, and in peoples gardens.

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