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Sweet Black-Eyed Susan is a long-lived perennial that is native to the Midwestern U.S. It prefers moist prairies, damp woods and stream-banks. Plants grow to 4.5 feet tall and produce yellow flowers with a reddish brown center. Blooms in late summer. Recommended for meadows, naturalized gardens and for cutting.