Black-Eyed Susans

Like our tomatillos and coneflowers, our Black-Eyed Susans come back year after year.  We actually spend a little time transplanting and moving them around in the garden and often out of the walkways.  This year has been particularly favorable for all of our flowers – so – an early morning shot of our Rudbeckia Hirta or Black-Eyed Susans.  Le Tour de France commence aujourd’hui! Amusez-vous bien!

black eyed susans

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