brown-eyed Susan

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Related to brown-eyed Susan: Rudbeckia hirta

brown′-eyed` Su′san

a composite plant, Rudbeckia triloba, of the SE U.S., having a single flower with yellow rays darkening to brown at the base and a brownish black disk.
[1905–10, Amer.]
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Look about you at the brown-eyed Susan, oxeye daisy, Queen Anne's lace, feverfew, devil's paintbrush, New England asters and dozens of kinds of goldenrod seemingly growing without a care in field and meadow.
The third is a giant-flowered version of the American native Brown-eyed Susan.
Brown-Eyed Susan, Queen Anne's lace, the devil's paintbrush, oxeye daisy, the New England aster, joe-pye weed, tansy, chicory and a dozen or more goldenrods are seemingly native to our region.