Plants of the UNF Campus

Rudbeckia lacinata - Cutleaf black-eyed Susan
Family Asteraceae

Description:

This daisy ranges through much of the United States. It is uncommon in Florida, native to a few counties in the panhandle region. It produces a tall spike of yellow daisies to nearly ten feet tall. Flowers are produced in mid- to late summer. Gardeners like this plant because rabbits do not eat it.

Location:

See this plant along the banks of pond ‘H’ behind building 6.

Size:

Herbaceous perennial low basal foliage that reaches about two tall with a flower spike that can rise to ten feet tall.

Care Instructions:

Light: full sun

Water: grows best in moist soils

Soil: adaptable to soils, no special requirements

This plant grows best in a moist, fertile soil in full sun. 

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