The Beauty of Black-eyed Susan
Yes! People are more than humans.
They are helpers of their God or gods.
It through us we are able to determine how plants grow.
For we participate actively in the process
And it’s the Universal Spirit who determines the outcome.
Take black-eyed Susan
There is a planter’s playbook for us to get the best results.
Black-eyed Susan has to be planted
When the soil temperature is around 70 degrees
For best seed germination
The planting period is from March to May
These seedlings will flower from June to September.
Black-eyed Susan enjoys the Sun
So be sure to have them get abundant sunlight
Be mindful and fertilize the soil for best results
Check plants regularly so see if they need watering
And be sure that they don’t dry out
Other tips would have a gardener remove faded or dead leaves to prolong blooming
Knowing when to prune the plant so that smaller blooms may occur in the fall.
But everything we do people is just helping their God or gods
To ensure black-eyed Susan grows their best
Still gardeners have to guard against slugs, snails, Aphids,
And fungi by using an organic anti-fungal program
“Universal Spirit, you have graced us with the beautiful black-eyed Susan. This plant is both mother and father. Help us to care for them, and shape their growth successfully by passing on healthy traits from generation to generation. For it’s only through you that all plants grow.”