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We had the daffodils and tulips, crocuses and lilacs, lilies and hosta and now it's time for the Black-Eyed Susans. Sometime during last couple of decades I got the original seeds for all the Black-Eyed Susans in the yard by harvesting some seedheads, as recounted in this post from 2007. Saving seeds is one of my favorite activities and I already have some vials and packets for 2016. These flowers are perhaps the most spectacular of the Black-Eyed Susans and I will definitely be saving their seeds once again.