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Product Description

"Brown-eyed Susan, Thin-leaved Coneflower"

Rudbeckia named after Olof Rudbeck the elder (1630 - 1702) and the younger (1660 - 1740). Triloba is from the Latin word meaning "three-lobed".

Sun Exposure               Prairie, Savanna
Soil Moisture Wet Mesic, Mesic, Dry Mesic
Bloom Time

Summer, Fall                       August, September, October

Bloom Color Yellow
Max Height 5 feet
Wetland Code FAC-
Germ Code  C(30)
Seeds Per Ounce   34,000


Frequent in localized areas of mesic prairies, low swales in upland prairies and in thickets along streams. Found generally in the north-central and and the eastern portion of the Tallgrass region. Can grow to 5 feet with yellow ray flowers blooming from June to October. One good way to distiguish Brown-eyed from Black-eyed Susan is the smaller, more numerous flowers and the shorter and fewer (8 to 10) ray flowers.

Edible Uses: Unknown

Medicinal Uses: Unknown

Herbal Uses: Unknown

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