Planting black eyed susans

When is the best time of year to plant black eyed susans?
Submitted by BHGPhotoContest

Black-eyed susans can be planted either spring or fall. In Minnesota, early fall is better than mid- or late fall. If you plant yet this fall, mulch around the plants to prevent the soil from freezing up too soon.

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Submitted by PAJANOW76
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