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Rudbeckia Triloba-Brown-eyed Susan-Macro Flowers Saturday

Hi everyone, and welcome to another round of Macro Flowers Saturday!

It is cold and windy outside but we can't complain; the sun comes out once in a while and we still have some flowers blooming in our gardens.

Browneyed Susan-Rudbeckia triloba- also called Thin-leaved Coneflower is one of these late blooming flower. It is the little sister of Black-eyed Susan-Rudbeckia hirta, with smaller, but still lovely blooms.
Rudbeckia triloba-Brown-eyed Susan
Browneyed Susan-Thin-leaved Coneflower
Have a beautiful weekend!

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18 comments:

Sivinden said...

Beautiful flowers, love the first picture with the blue background.

Joyful said...

Beautiful. Have a wonderful weekend!

Lui said...

Maia, they are so pretty!
I think I saw some in my subdivision but of a different color.

Have a great weekend!

Nayana said...

Maia, these are beautiful and I love'em so I am planing to plant some next year.

Nayana@Shutterbug

Tina´s PicStory said...

the blue background in the first makes it :) wonderful!

Mama Zen said...

Those are so pretty!

maiylah said...

am not sure if we have them here...but they do look pretty!

Ruth said...

Those are happy flowers!

SquirrelQueen said...

Gorgeous shots Maia! The yellow on blue in your first photo is just stunning.

Happy Weekend!

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Gorgeous details and colors in these photos of the rudbeckia.

Enjoy your weekend Maia!

Eden said...

Great macro shots.

trav4adventures said...

Oh, I LOVE those flowers! My neighbor had some, but she pulled them all out before I got over there to ask her for the seeds. DARN! Yours are gorgeous!

Liz said...

I LOVE the blue background in the first one - it just makes the shot!!

My garden haven said...

I didn't know black-eyed Susan has a sister with brown eyes. Lovely photos, Maia.

Sara Chapman said...

Good morning, Maia,

The similar flowers here have seedheads that the little birds like very much, plus they look quite sculptural in the fall and winter garden as they are little round black balls. So don't be too quick to deadhead them!

maiaT said...

Good morning Sara, it will be morning in a few hours by us too.

I'll leave them be, the will bloom till a serious frost comes.

Karin M. said...

Your flowers are wonderful .... great pictures ...
LG: Karin

Giga said...

Za oknami szaro i zimno, ale jak się popatrzy na żółte kwiaty rudbeki, to jakby słoneczko zaświeciło. Pozdrawiam

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