beautiful yellow prairie sun flower

Rudbeckia hirta ‘Prairie Sun' - lovely variety of "Black Eyed Susans" - only with green eyes. Love flowers that look like the sun.

Rudbeckia, Black Eyed Susan

Cheery yellow flowers- black eyed susans, I hope to plants all around my, I mean Matt's garage ;

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one of the happiest, sweetest flowers.a little cousin of the pansy. ~ Known as Johnny Jump-ups in the past for their habit of jumping up here & there in the garden, but never being evasive.

Nasturtiums. Orange nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) - leaves and blossoms edible in salads.

nasturtium is an edible flower (provided no chemicals are applied) grow these in wall baskets in a shaded area, adds a peppery flavor to salads. Plant some of these at the cabin!

This year, we're planting purple Echinacea and a creamy white variety, too. Beautiful when planted in a large group... ~~ Houston Foodlovers Book Club

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Lilium Forever Susan - Lily Bulbs

Asiatic Lily 'Forever Susan' - beautiful colour combination with the black eyed Susans! (Lily and Susan :)

Echinacea 'Supreme Cantaloupe' - Absolutely the color of a ripe cantaloupe! Young flowers look like a brown eyed, double Gerbera and are excellent as a cut flower. As the flowers expand, they take on a more Echinacea look and last and last and last. There is no other Echinacea like this on the market.

Echinacea 'Supreme Cantaloupe' ~ full sun, 30 inches tall and 24 inches wide, zones blooms nonstop all summer and into fall, enticing butterflies and bees, seedheads are attractive to finches