Alphabet with a Twist | Rudbeckia Hirta

Cee’s Alphabet with a twist this week is an R words of at least six letters.  What could be better than Rudbeckia 😊?

Rudbeckia Hirta “Cherokee Sunset” Black-eyed Susan

Last week I was asked about the name of the flower.  Typically I put the name in the title and the tags.  From now on, if I remember, I’ll caption the photos instead.  So, what do you think of this weeks Alphabet with a Twist?  Please, let me know in the comments below.

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Rudbeckia Hirta “Tiger Eye” Gloriosa Daisy

Update: I accidentally mislabeled the caption of this flower, I have since fixed it.  Thank you FrazzledAgain for the catch.

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10 thoughts on “Alphabet with a Twist | Rudbeckia Hirta

    1. I thought that was what it was at first as well. But a) the centers are darker orange than the rest and b) that’s what the identification tag said lol. It’s hard to tell from this angle, but the centers are more orangey than the rest of the yellow petals. If I remember when I get on my computer I’ll upload a different angle.

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        1. No apologies necessary lol It was my error. I thought it was a Gloriosa Daisy because I pulled from the wrong side of the tag in my collection. Still the same family of flower, just the wrong flower. Thanks for the catch hon 🙂

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