Rudbeckia plants (Black-eyed Susan) produce bushy, upright clumps with profuse displays of daisy-like blossoms that are attractive to honeybees, butterflies and birds. It is commonly grown in mass in borders, cottage gardens, prairies, meadows or naturalized areas. Tolerates light shade, but best in full sun. Does best in well-drained soil. Tolerates some drought. Deadheading will prolong blooms. All of our rudbeckia plants for sale are shipped with very well-established root systems. We guarantee them to arrive alive and thriving.