Rudbeckia hirta

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Synonyms for Rudbeckia hirta

the state flower of Maryland

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Tip of the week: One of the dominant flowers in Davis' garden is the gloriosa daisy or black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta).
Zones 7-9, 14-17: For blooms by summer, sow seeds of alyssum, cosmos, gloriosa daisy, marigold, nasturtium, purple coneflower, spider flower (Cleome hasslerana), and sunflower.
Bradshaw,' red or orange crocosmia, or yellow gloriosa daisy.
Zones 7-9, 14-17: Add fall color to your garden with asters, chrysanthemums, gaillardia, gloriosa daisy, Japanese anemone, lion's tail, purple coneflower, and salvia.
Try alstroemeria, coreopsis, cosmos, gaillardia, gloriosa daisy, lavender, Limonium perezii, lisianthus, Mexican sunflower, purple or white coneflower, scabiosa, Shasta daisy, yarrow, and zinnia.
The burgundy of Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum', for instance, enriches a hot orange scheme of kangaroo paw, lion's tail, orange cestrum, and orange gloriosa daisy.
Good choices include daylilies, gaillardia, Gaura lindheimeri, gloriosa daisy, lion's tail, (Leonotis leonurus), penstemon, phygelius, salvia, and yarrow.