Brown Eyed Susan blooms in late summer, well into fall. Loads of small yellow flowers cover this plant, attracting pollinators for many months. Can handle more shade than other types of Black Eyed Susans.
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade
Height: 4 feet
Blooms: Aug, Sept, Oct
Benefits: Butterflies, Pollinators
Because Brown Eyed Susan can handle a fair amount of shade, Brown Eyed Susan is a good choice for rain gardens or shoreline restorations near trees. It can spread quickly by seed, so consider this when planting it in a garden.