Saturday, April 9, 2011

Black-eyed Susan

One of the most commonly recognized wildflowers that we have around is the black-eyed Susan. This native perennial is a member of the Aster family.
They prefer lots of sun and can often be found growing in open fields and roadsides. Typically the flowers bloom from summer through into fall. I photographed these black-eyed Susan in Crex Meadows.


Maude Lynn said...


Rechie said...

wild and beautiful.I remember black swan.

visiting from Today's Flowers: my entry

Roan said...

Reminds me of summer. Love these!

Leora said...

In the summer, I often have a front yard full of these. Now I just have a few green promises. Lovely to see your rudbeckia.