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This Spring I planted from seeds a new flower called Rudbeckia Prairie Sun, a cousin of the Black-eyed Susan of yesteryear. It has started to bloom after only a few months, just like a Cosmos. Here are some shots of the stunning first bloom that eclipses all the Cosmos flowers in sheer beauty and vigor.

Rudbeckia Prairie Sun.

Rudbeckia Prairie Sun. In the background are Coreopsis Moonbeam flowers that have lived in the border for some 30 years.

Rudbeckia Prairie Sun.

Rudbeckia Prairie Sun.

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