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Black-eyed Susan is one of about 15 species in the Rudbeckia genus, native to North America. Some are annuals which grow, set seed and die within a year. Others are biennials which sprout and grow one year, flower and set seed the next then die. A few are perennials which last many years. Rudbeckia perennials are deciduous in winter, even in relatively warm Central Florida.
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