Answer: The recent triple digit temperatures might have something to do with your Black Eyed Susan's reluctance to bloom. Plants typically don't grow or flower a lot when it is so hot. Or, it could be that your plant needs a little more sunshine. If it is not already getting morning sunshine and afternoon shade, move it to a spot where it will. If it already is getting a few hours of morning sun , you'll just have to be patient. It will flower when the weather is just right for it.
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