Black-eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta grows wild in North
America in waste places and dry fields. It has large
flowering heads with long yellow ray florets and
chocolate-brown disc florets in the centre. The slender
stems and leaves are very hairy. Cultivated hybrids and
varieties in different colour combinations are also called
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