Canna Bird of Paradise
With their sturdy stems (needs no staking and will not flop), Black-Eyed Susans makes wonderful long-lasting, cheery cut flowers for arrangements. In the garden, they are a strong draw for beneficial insects and wildlife, including bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds
Plants naturally grown in pint pots, leaves may have holes. Ships bare root.
These native Black-Eyed Susans make a welcome addition to any habitat-type environment and are also drought tolerant and perform well in very hot, dry areas.
Mature height 2 feet, prefers full sun
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