Nice Black-eyed Susan with a branching habit and smaller but abundant flowerheads; long flowering period and attractive into the winter. The lower leaves are often divided into three lobes, hence the name.
Prefers to have moisture so in areas with high summer temperatures will do very well in part-shade. Showy, good for pollinator species; can be short-lived but will reseed. I like it best than the large flowered Rudbeckias.
Germination: sown in the fall or very early spring (require some cold/moist stratification).