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Her Shyness

By Joline
One of the double Black Eyed Susans I found growing wild in a field. I collected some seeds, I hope they come true.
Rudbeckia hirta is one of our most endearing native flowers. They brighten the roadsides when almost every other flower is gone.

Tags: Flowers and plants Wild flower Rudbeckia hirta

Voters: CarolG, PattiW, AnnChown and 25 more

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CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
13 Aug 2012 11:42AM
SmileSmileSmileSmile Great title, Joline, and what a lovely wayside flower. Carol

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PattiW Plus
12 24 2 United States
13 Aug 2012 12:16PM
Beautifully brilliant sunny image, Patti Smile
AnnChown Plus
8 203 1 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2012 12:55PM
It must be wonderful having these flowers growing wild. I have some in my garden but I've never seen them in the countryside. Love your title for this Joline!
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
13 Aug 2012 1:10PM
One of my favorites-- We cuold use more of this variety----

She is a shy one-- Good job on that yellow!
mikbee Plus
10 3 8 Scotland
13 Aug 2012 1:27PM
Bright and breezy this one Joline !!
Super shot.
13 Aug 2012 1:31PM
loved this when I saw it on facebook
7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2012 2:35PM
This gorgeous Susan, looks like she is dancing in her yellow dress whilst the summer breeze floats through her beautiful form.

Beautifully sunny image
helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2012 3:53PM
A wonderful splash of colour , and yes she does look a little bashful WinkWink
Maiwand Plus
11 3 73 England
13 Aug 2012 7:10PM
Lovely natural looking capture Joline. Super shot.
danbrann Plus
13 636 17
13 Aug 2012 7:23PM
A super images and that title is just perfect.
Irishkate Plus
7 41 111 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2012 8:44PM
We have a clump of these acroos the road which my husband planted.
As others have said, we consider these a garden flower so lucky you having them grow wild.
They make a lovely sight. Good caption for you princess.

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