Notice the little green bug
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A little information about black eyed Susans:
– Maryland’s state flower
-scientific name: rudbeckia hirta
– Higher class: cone flower
– North American flowering plant in the sunflower family
– native to eastern, central and North America
– upright annual
– about 90 varieties including but not limited to: Indian Summer, Toto, Double Gold
– also known as Gloriosa Daisy
– flowers from June – August
– host plant of Silvery Chestnut Butterfly caterpillar
– important food source/shelter for slugs, rabbits, and deer. Silvery Chestnut Butterfly lays eggs on
– Native Americans used black eyed susans in treatment of cold, flu, snake bites, various infections, swelling, and earache
– seeds are poisonous, juice from the roots can be used to treat earaches, an infusion from the roots can be used to treat minor cuts, swelling, and scrapes, it is a diuretic and can be used to rid the bidy of worms and increase urine flow. No known side affects.The flower petals can make a yellow dye.
– symbolizes encouragement and justice
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