How to Harvest and Save Black-Eyed Susan Seed

A close up horizontal image of a vast swath of black-eyed Susan flowers (Rudbeckia hirta) growing in a meadow.

Black-eyed Susans are cheerful flowers, loved equally by pollinators and humans. If you want more of them, or want to share the sunshine they bring to a yard with friends, why not collect the seeds from your own plants? To learn everything you need to know to harvest and save Rudbeckia seed, check out our guide. Read more.

How to Grow Black-Eyed Susans, a Garden Favorite

Bring butterflies and other pollinators to your yard with R. hirta | GardenersPath.com

For a cheery splash of daisy-like flowers that attract butterflies and bees, consider adding black-eyed susan to your landscape. You’ll be rewarded with masses of blooms that do well in a variety of soils and conditions. Pollinators love it, and you’ll find plenty of other benefits to this lovely flower in our feature.