Plants We Love: Rudbeckia

Posted by E-Landscape on Jul 3, 2012 6:32:18 PM

Rudbeckia goldstrum

This time of year, we love the look of Rudbeckia blooming in gardens throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Native to North America, Rudbeckia can often be found growing as a wildflower along roadsides and in fields. There are many types of Rudbeckia, with perhaps the most common being the Black Eyed Susan. Sometimes confused with coneflowers, Rudbeckia is most easily identified by its coarse-textured, hairy leaves that form daisy-like flowers.

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