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Rudbeckia Subtomentosa / Family: Asteraceae
Sweet Black-Eyed Susan, Swink/Wilhelm # 9
FLOWERING: Early August to early September
SEED TIMING: October
HABITAT: Moist prairie edges and moist open woodlands.
DIAGNOSTIC FEATURES: Grows 2 to 5 feet. A multi-headed perennial covered with dense, ash-gray hairs. Variable 3-lobed lower leaves and yellow flowers with a central, dark purple button disc.
TO PICK: Pick entire head when brown and dried.