The Q&A Archives: Green Eyed Susan

Question: This fall I was at a garden show in New Orleans, LA. where I saw flowers called "Green Eyed Susans". They looked very much like a Black Eyed Susan but with a green center. I would love to have some of these for myself, do you carry this plants? Where could I get them if you do not?

Answer: Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed Susan) is available in a number of types. There is a variety called 'Green Eyes', available from:
Thompson and Morgan; P.O. Box 1308; Jackson, NJ 08527; (908) 363-2225.

Another variety called 'Irish Eyes' is available from:
Seeds of Distinction; P.O. Box 86, Station A; Etobicoke (Toronto), ON; Canada M9C 4V2; (416) 255-3060

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