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Black-eyed Susan
Black-eyed Susans are biennial, which means they live for two years. In the first year (as seen here), the plant grows a rosette, which is a group of leaves growing from the center, low to the ground.

Black-eyed Susans are biennial, which means they live for two years. In the first year (as seen here), the plant grows a rosette, which is a group of leaves growing from the center, low to the ground.

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