Looking a bit sorry for itself, but one of the last before Autumn decides to take a holiday until next year.FOTD 7th October 2021: Rudbeckia
Some are dead, some are dying but there are always new fresh flowers.FOTD 26th September 2021: Rudbeckia
Now they are really putting on a show in the garden.FOTD 21st August 2021: Rudbeckia
Some call them Black eyed Susan, but i know it as Rudbeckia and now is the time for them to open their buds and begin to flower, adding a bright spot of yellow to the garden.FOTD 8th August 2021: Rudbeckia
Not quite, but getting there. The buds are only just thinking about opening. Is it the rain that is discouraging them. It might be, but even the opening of a bud can be interesting.FOTD 1st August 2021: Rudbeckia
I have so many of these in my garden, but they are ideal to have.
Some call them black eyes susans. No matter what the name they are always a bright point in the garden.
Those black eyed Susans seem to be staring at me.
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.
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.