Gloriosa Daisy


Rudbeckia hirta  

Photographed at Brunswick Community College Supply, NC on June 29, 2005.  Also called annual Black-eyed Susan or Coneflower, this plant is the all American native poster child for wildflowers.  Sporting a multitude of colors this reseeding wildflower can range from golden yellow to burnt orange and red with chocolate and amber hues abounding.  The colorful flowers are up to 3” across and blast your senses from early June through to the end of summer and early fall.  Hirta means hairy and you will get the picture by spending some up close and personal time with the leaves of this tough and durable native.  Many cultivars exist for your curiosity and are easily grown from seed sown after the danger of frost has pasted.

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