Black eyed Susans
A question, everywhere in this area there are wild growing plants 4-6 feet tall that look like they are black eyed Susan plants. I’ve looked through a lot of them well after the first couple hard freezes and have yet to find one sawed off. Wondering if my perception of what’s a BES plant might be off. They sure look like what my dad pointed out to me 50+ years ago. Other than that a few years ago I mail ordered some from some place in Michigan. Expensive and most turned black before I could even use them
Thanks ifish, you're the master of searching! I looked all over on google and couldn't find anything on grubs inside black eyed susan stems. Found a bunch about goldenrod galls though. Sounds like I need to find big patches of susies to get some grubs. Good luck this winter, quick strike.
Sorry, my bad. Suzies and golden rods are differing plants and grubs. 50 years ago that's all dad & I used besides minnows. Suzies always too hard to find but golden rods not so much. Personally I don't think either are worth anyone's time. The topic comes up almost every year and there's even more fine reading from the past here...
For some reason Lake-Link search doesn't always find these if you're not in the right forum but google does. Also if you Google 'black eyed susan grubs' or 'goldenrod grubs' there's a world of additional info to be had. Just trying to be helpful to the OP.
edit: Credits: guttersnake and CDS seem to be the masters of useful information of topic.