Black Eyed Susan is a favorite flower of mine, and while my husband absolutely hates them (seriously, what a weirdo, we fight every year over it), I think it is always deserving of a spot in our front flower garden! Black Eyed Susans have the coloring of a sunflower and the sunny disposition to match.
How to Get Started: This perennial likes to be planted in moist, organic soil. This plant does need a solid few hours of sunlight everyday, but does better in areas of partial shade. If possible, try to work compost into the soil prior to planting. When to Harvest: Harvest as soon as you