Whole Lotta Coneflowers

A large group of rudbeckias in the garden with a bonus bee!

What fab flowers for late Summer and Autumn flowering. As Summer flowers begin to fade, these bright happy yellow daisy-type coneflowers come into their own, along with echinaceas. I transplanted a couple of small clumps into another bed last week – something I later read which isn’t recommended – but they seem to have taken really well. You just can’t have too many!

9 thoughts on “Whole Lotta Coneflowers

    1. Wow – mountainsides covered in them – how lovely. I believe these flowers are native to north America – and are known as prairie plants. Such flowers and grasses are very popular in British gardens and are recommended as they cope with our hotter, drier Summers these days.


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