Hello, at the current time, we only grow these in 1-gallon pots.
6-8 inches. The plants are beautiful, but small. Especially for the price.
Yes, Peter, because the Black-Eyed Susan attract beneficial pollinators, our plants are grown without use of neonicotinoids,
It hasn't come back. Almost every plant I've bought from Home Depot has died.
This is a perrienial plant that produces a large amount of blooms, is deer and wildlife resistant, and attracts butterflies.
yes it will........name it...susie...the black eyed susan....
Yes, they can be planted in containers, but I think you will have to bring them inside to a sunny location for the winter.
This plant will spread through seeds.
Yes, they should if you have properly dried and separated the seeds. I would recommend planting them next spring so they will have time to establish a good root system before cold weather.