Sunday, July 4, 2010

Wildflowers: Yellow Coneflower and Black-Eyed Susan

I'm not a flower expert, but I think the yellow wildflowers that we've seen abundantly all around at the sides of the roads (the top two pictures below) are not Black-Eyed Susans, but Yellow Coneflowers. I think the third picture below is a Black-Eyed Susan (it's growing in Grams' garden). If you know a lot about wildflowers, I'd love to hear what you think!!


  1. You are correct in what wildflower is which. We have a little of both growing in our backyard. It gets confusing sometimes.