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Black-Eyed Susan

Easy to grow and tough as nails, Black-Eyed Susan is a sunny-colored wildflower that is salt- and drought-tolerant, making it an excellent choice for coastal landscapes. One of the nine Rudbeckia species native to Florida, Black-Eyed Susans are the most commonly grown species in landscapes and are perfect for butterfly gardens.


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