Wildflowers - Black-Eyed Susan Seeds
Rudbeckia is probably one of the most popular and well-known wildflowers - and it is not hard to see why. The large, cheery yellow blooms are a welcome addition to any backyard or wildflower planting. Black Eyed Susan seeds are fairly easy to germinate and grow, and will tolerate a wide variety of lighting and soil conditions. Bees and butterflies love them for their pollen, and there are not many natural pests for these beauties. They are classed as a biennial, but can bloom in their first year, and can live for a few years. They produce a lot of tiny seeds that look like black needles, that have no problem ensuring the ongoing success of the species. These wildflower seeds are good for ordering in bulk.