Black-Eyed Susan wildflower in North America

Native to North America, this flowering plant can be found growing in many parts of the continent - from the prairies of the Midwest to the coastal regions of the Northeastern United States. Here's a look at some facts about this versatile wildflower that might interest you.

What is a Black-Eyed Susan?

Black-Eyed Susans are native to North America and are a type of wildflower. They are also known as buttercups, sunflowers, or cowslips. These flowers have large, colorful petals that curve around the center. The blooms typically have a yellow or orange hue and can be found in fields and meadows across the continent.

Where can I find Black-Eyed Susans in North America?

Black-Eyed Susans can be found in many states across North America. They are most commonly found in the Midwest and Northeast regions of the United States, but they can also be found in other parts of the country.

How to identify a Black-Eyed Susan if I find one

If you find a wildflower with black petals and yellow stamen, it's likely a Black-Eyed Susan. This perennial flower is native to the eastern and central United States, but can also be found in parts of Canada. In general, Black-Eyed Susans are easy to identify - just look for the flowers that have distinctive black petals and yellow stamen.


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