Thursday, July 14, 2016

Orange Lilies

The wild ditch lilies are blooming. Technically, they aren't wild.  They were brought over from Europe , but now they have naturalized.  

 Many people have a patch of them as a garden flower, though, as they are really very attractive and virtually indestructible.  They just glow in the sun.

This is a  native Black-eyed Susan.  Although it looks like the Rudbeckia hirta, it is a different plant with fuzzy leaves and a flatter center to the flower. 

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