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Black Eyed Susans

By Pattyhankins @PattyHankins

Black Eyed Susans – those wonderful summer blooming bright yellow flowers with dark centers – are a garden staple in the DC area. They are easy to grow and come in many many varieties (not all even have the traditional dark centers).

I’ve got two different types growing in my garden and have photographed many sets of black eyed susans over the year. I thought I’d start sharing some of my black eyed susan photos with you today.

Indian Summer Black Eyed Susans – Rudbeckia Hirta

Indian Summer Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Indian Summer Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Indian Summer Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Indian Summer Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

And now just lots of Black Eyed Susans of unknown varieites

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

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Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Black Eyed Susans © 2014 Patty Hankins

Do you have a favorite variety of Black Eyed Susans? If you do – I’d love to hear about them


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