Tricia Booker Photography

July 20, 2011

Black-Eyed Susan

Well, since the Black-Eyed Susans are taking over the front garden, I thought I’d at least document them so after I thin the ranks I’ll be comforted in knowing that these beautiful flowers will bloom once again in another area of the yard. When I first bought the house, my friend Carrie went to the nursery with me to choose perennials for the gardens, helped me arrange hanging baskets and advised me on shrubs. Of all the plants we chose, these hardy flowers have thrived the best, and their numbers have increased so their bright and cheerful blooms reside all around our home.


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