Summer garden Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia) and Echinacea flowers - Stock Image

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Black-Eyed Susan flower (Rudbeckia hirta) and Echinacea flower .

Rudbeckia is flowering plant commonly known as Black-Eyed Susan (coneflowers). They are herbaceous, mostly perennial plants. The flowers are produced in daisy-like inflorescences, with yellow or orange florets arranged in a prominent, cone-shaped head. They are popular garden flowers, distinguished for their long flowering times. The name was given in honor of Uppsala University botanists professors Olof Rudbeck (father and son).

Echinacea, commonly called Purple Coneflower, is a genus of nine species of herbaceous plants in the family Asteraceae. All are strictly native to eastern and central North America. The plants have large, showy heads of composite flowers, blooming from early to late summer. Echinacea is popularly believed to be an immunostimulator, stimulating the body's non-specific immune system and warding off infections.

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