Posted on September 14, 2018 by Maryland Grows
Black-eyed Susans are easy to grow and will attract many pollinators to your garden. The dark center or eye of the flower head holds 250 to 500 individual flowers, and to pollinators, each one of these is a shallow nectar…
Category: Lawn & Garden
Tags: Author: Sara Tangren, black-eyed susans, Insects, Native Plants, Pollinators
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