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Black Eyed Susan Plants

Posted by Tammy Sons on Mar 21 , 2018

The Beautiful Black-Eyed Susan

Do you ever just want a natural plant? Something that is low maintenance and pretty? Then the black-eyed Susan may be perfect for you! These plants are low maintenance, beautiful, and have amazing perks.

Black-eyed Susans are deficient maintenance. Due to being native to North America, they do not need a ton of care. The plants even reseed on their own for the following year! Don't believe? While hiking or near an open field, look at the wildflowers. Black-eyed Susans almost always find their way! They often sneak into open pastures on their own. They can take of themselves!

Black Eyed Susan plants can often be used in treating symptoms of the common cold such as coughing and nasal decongestion.  It is transformed into a tea and helps these conditions a lot.  The root can also be used to get the body cleansed of parasite worms.

Beautiful Black-eyed Susan

The black-eyed Susan is also very, naturally pretty. When they bloom, they're nearly irresistible. They almost look like a baby sunflower. The center f the flower is a dark brown, and the petals are a gorgeous goldish color. Many flowers bloom from each plant. This creates almost a little bush of these beautiful, and bright flowers. They can be collected for bouquets and indoor arrangements. They are perfect for this because of the coloring and amount that bloom. It can also help capture the fall feel of sunflowers, which can not correctly be used for small arrangements. This is so perfect for Halloween and Thanksgiving flower arrangements.

On top of being great looking flowers and being low maintenance, there are many other perks to having black-eyed Susans. They are known to attract butterflies. Many people add them to their butterfly and wildflower gardens. They are also well known for surviving areas with large amounts of deer. In well-wooded regions, it is sometimes hard to keep flowers, but not for the black-eyed Susan! They also do well even in droughts and in containers.

This easy to take care of flower has so many benefits!

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