January 1, 2016

Movement promotes black eyed Susan

Canada celebrates its 150th birthday in 2017, and still lacks a national flower. A movement has begun to support black-eyed Susan as Canada’s National Flower.  

The perennial grows in all 10 Canadian provinces, and is readily available in the wild or from garden centres. Butterflies love them and they are hardy and beautiful. Visit canadasnationalflower.com for more.