Rudbeckia hirta Common name: Black-eyed Susan Family: Asteraceae Height: 1 - 3.5 feet Spreads: None Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun Soil Texture: Clay, Loamy Soil Moisture: Dry, Moist pH: 6 - 7 Blooms in: June to October Bloom Color: yellow, black eye Bears Fruit: None Fruit Type: capsule Evergreen: no Ground Cover: no Habitat: fields, meadows, and roadsides Wildlife Use: Butterflies, Song Birds, Insects, Bees
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Fuchsia Cuttings: How To Propagate Fuchsia Plants - Propagating fuchsias from cuttings is extremely easy, as they root rather quickly. Fuchsia cuttings can be taken anytime from spring through fall, with spring being the most ideal time. Click here to learn more.