Scientific Name: Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers'
Origin: R. subtomentosa is native to North America
Bloom time: July through September
You've probably heard of the more common black-eyed Susan, but this particular yellow pinwheel flower has a brown center with petals arranged in ray florets that are rolled into a quill shape. It grows up to 5 feet tall, peaking in mid-August.