Posted: October 20, 2014 Categories: News O.K. you flower experts. What kind of flower is this? Share this:PrintEmailGabTelegramTweet
23 thoughts on “O.K. you flower experts. What kind of flower is this?”
Looks like Gaillardia
Moreno or Cappucino black eyed susans.
Denver Daisy Black-Eyed Susan.
Rudbeckia — I concur. There are many varieties of this plant — black eyed susan and coneflowers are related.
Look up Coreopsis.
Hard to tell from such a distance without a size comparison. The one in the lower right looks like it anyway,
Would be helpful to see the plant, too. Gaillardia or coreopsis would be my guess, but can’t really tell from this view.
I think it is a sunflower.
Here’s a long-shot guess from someone who is anything BUT a flower expert:
I’m going to go with Black-eyed Susan cross-pollinated with a Marigold. The other guesses here are flowers I’ve never heard of, so one of them is probably right.
High Plains Coreopsis, common name Blanket Flower
O.K. you flower experts. What kind of flower is this? I Got It !!! It’s a green, yellow, and brown outdoor flower. What did I win? 🙂
Is it an African Daisy?
it’s a pretty flower
Black Eyed Susan family
yes….I live in sunflower crops.
up north we called them brown eyed Susans.
An orange/yellow flower with reddish/maroon towards the center!
Sorry. It’s late and I’m being a smart ass.
I know nothing about flowers so thanks for the info.
It looks like a good toilet brush flower to me! 🙂
hahahaah Millard. I can see you grinnin. 🙂
The suspense is killing me…
AND THE ANSWER IS. RUDBECKIA BLACK EYED SUSAN.