|Black-eyed Susans add late Summer color to the property.|
Friday, August 19, 2011
My black-eyed susans (rudbeckia) are doing extremely well this year. I remember having issues getting them to take off initially. In fact, I had some totally die, never to return. I guess they are liking this location as this is the 3rd year in this spot and they are doing very well (and getting better each year as they should). I even got a few babies off of them which I've transplanted while staying in the same area to retain the soil type and amount of daylight these seem to favor. Now, if I could only get my purple coneflower to do the same!