Got Brown-Eyed Susans?

Brown-eyed Susan flowers

Do you have Brown-eyed Susans in your landscape? Would you like to? Shelly Maher of the Plant Materials Center in Kingsville says: “We seeded a lot of trays for an upcoming seed release. One of the 4 accessions chosen is a great performer from San Patricio county, but I can’t use it.  Does anyone want some plants?  They need to be transplanted asap, as they are already outgrowing the 72-cell trays they are in.” If you are interested, contact Kris Kirkwood.

From the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center native plant database: Colorful, showy blooms provide nectar for butterflies, bees, and other insects; seeds for birds. Larval Host: Gorgone Checkerspot, Bordered Patch butterfly. Deer Resistance: High

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