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Rudbeckia
Family Asteraceae
Name Rudbeckia Spp.
Etymology
Rudbeckia Named after Olof Rudbeck, 17th century Swedish botanist.

Pictures:
Yellow Coneflower
Rudbeckia Goldilocks
  See also:  Composite Flowers

Closely related to Echinacea, Rudbeckia is an easy to grow annual/biennial/perennial that produces bright yellow/orange flowers with a dark centre in Summer.

 Yellow Coneflower


Flower
Name Rudbeckia fulgida
Common Names Yellow coneflower, Black eye Susan
Etymology
fulgida From Latin fulgida meaning shining.

This hardy easy to grow perennial produces golden orange flowers with a dark centre in Summer.



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 Rudbeckia Goldilocks


Flower
Name Rudbeckia hirta "Goldilocks"
Common Name Gloriosa Daisy
Etymology
hirta From Latin hirta meaning hairyFrom Latin hirta meaning hairy.

This plant produces masses of fully double yellow-orange flowers in the Summer. Winner of the Flouroselect (Europe) award.



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