Rudbeckia Flowers

Rudbeckia Flowers

Rudbeckia Flower Facts

Name:

Coneflower, as is commonly known..

Description:

Large yellow daisy-like flower head with a domed centre

Origin:

N. America.

Color:

Yellow

Availability:

This Flowers are Availble in All Seasons

Botanical Name:

Rudbeckia

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The botanical name for Rudbeckia Flowers is Rudbeckia hirta. This flower has many common names of Coneflowers, Brown Daisy, Golden Jerusalem, Poorland Daisy, Yellow Daisy, Brown-eyed Susan and Brown Betty.

Rudbeckia Flowers Description

These flowers are biennials and the plants grow up to a length of 25 centimeters. Rudbeckia flowers have the appearance of daisies that are rich yellow petals with a dark brown centre.

Geographical Distribution

These flowers are found in the eastern region in the US and grow in abundance in Alabama. The Rudbeckia flower is also the state flower of Maryland since it was designated in 1918.

Facts about Rudbeckia Flowers

  • These biennial flowers thrive in high temperatures and require lots of sunlight.
  • They need much attention for cultivation and are found abundantly in the wild.
  • These flowers are named after a teacher of Carolus Linnaeus named Olof Rudbeck.
  • The season for these flowers is usually from May to August.