The bright yellow or gold petals of the black-eyed Susan make it an excellent addition to any garden or landscape. Easy to grow and maintain, the black-eyed Susan is also one of the most versatile flowering plants and is great in a variety of applications.
1. In Pots
Black-eyed Susan's make striking larger pot plants that you can use to landscape a deck or patio. The contrast of yellow petals and a black or brown center will make it a favorite for guests that join you in your back yard.
2. Cutting Gardens
If you like cutting your own fresh garden flower bouquets, you'll definitely want to include some black-eyed Susan flowers in your cutting garden. Their daisy-like appearance makes them a favorite for dining room table vases and will create splashes a radiant color in your cutting garden.
3. Corner Planting
Black-eyed Susan makes excellent corner flowers in a flower bed alongside your home and will help create colorful boundary limits at the edge of your home.
4. Meadow or Creek Planting
If you have a small meadow or creek running through your property, black-eyed Susan makes a beautiful waterside flowering plant. Adding beautiful yellow black-eyed Susan flowers alongside your natural or man-made waterway will create a truly picturesque setting.