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Rudbeckia After the Rain

black eyed susans

Rudbeckia After the Rain

The weather is undecided today; the black-eyed susans just let it happen. What’s really special is when you look in the raindrop hanging from the lowest petal and see a whole crowd of black-eyed susans.

(“Black-eyed susan” is a familiar name for rudbeckia hirta, or “rudbeckia”.)

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