- Flower nameRudbeckia
- Scientific nameRudbeckia
- Aliasアラゲハンゴンソウ, Rudbeckia, Rudbeckia, black-eyed-Susan
- Place of originNorth America
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
- Language of flowersfair
What is Rudbeckia
Rudbeckia or Black-eyed-Susan (Scientific name: Rudbeckia) is native to North America and is a cold-resistant annual grass or perennial plant of the Asteraceae family Rudbeckia. It continues to bloom from early summer until autumn. The size of the flowers has small wheat species and large, and there are single- or double-bloomng in the way flowers bloom. Flower name is a botanist Linnae's teacher and botanist Dr. Ludbeck. It is used for cut flower, pot flower, flowerbed, container planting, ground cover. The flower is similar to Echinacea purpurea（Scientific name: Echinacea purpurea).
Common name: Rudbeckia or Black-eyed-Susan, Scientific name: Rudbeckia , aka: Araga hangon so, black-eyed-Susan, Place of Origin: North America, Living Type: Perennial or annual grass, plant height: 100 to 150 cm, height: 100 cm to 150 cm, 50 cm (dwarf species), leaf: root leaf (rosette). It is long in a spatula shape. Flower color: yellow · orange, flower size: 6 ~ 20 cm, 5 cm (dwarf species), flower blooming style: single, double, flowering period: July - September.