I think they are also known as black eyed Susan in the states. This little group were growing all on their own in a field attached to the village church throughout August. There were there for the whole month and a delight to see everytime I wheeled past in my chair.
FOTD 13th May 2019: Rudbeckia
Also known as Black Eyed Susan I believe. This was the remainder of this year’s rudbeckia in my garden. It was a little cramped for space this year as our wonderful builders planted the supports for the scaffolding in between the rudbeckia.
Flower of the Day: 13.01.2018 Rudbeckia
I am not really sure what these are, but could be rudbeckia. They were growing in a garden in my son’s village and I just had to take a photo.
Flower of the Day: 09.11.2017 Rudbeckia
1st September and the Rudbecki/Black-eyed Susan are still flowering in my garden. They are having a great show this year. I planted five plants last year, although they did not do very much, just a few flowers here and there. This year they have made up for lost time and there are still some buds that are opening. They make a nice bright colour in the garden for the Autumn Days. How long will it go before we have no more fresh flowers to show as a flower of the day.
Flower of the Day: 01.09.2016 Rudbeckia
I know them as rudbeckia, but it seems they have many names. In German they are also known as “Sonnenhut” – sun hat. Here are those that are flowering in my garden at the moment. One decided it wanted a solo appearance, so here it is.
Flower of the day: 12.08.2016 Rudbeckia
At last! I have five Rudbeckia in a row. They are great, need no care and just flower through until the season is finished in Autumn. Plain and simple but make a great show and they spread. You begin with one plant and soon they have doubled and tripled their amount.
Flower of the Day: 29.07.2016 Rudbeckia