(Rudbeckia hirta) Gloriosa Daisy are a selection of Black-Eyed Susan that produces well-formed and fuller daisy-like flowers with centers shaded in with varying degrees of russet-red. Very showy and still attract and feed many types of pollinators including bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies of all types. Leave seeds on plants to feed the seed-eating birds like finches in the fall. Most/full sun. 50+ seeds. 2 feet
Popular in Chinese gardens in the 1400s, Chrysanthemums made their way to Japan and then Europe by the 1600s. Prized for their multicolored blooms, these will light up any corner of the garden in mid to late summer. Flowers are 2-3 inches across and attract and feed butterflies and bees. Petals are often used to make a sweet tea in China and Japan. Most/full sun. Plant seeds in warm conditions. 25+ seeds/pack.
(Berlandiera lyrata) Also called Chocolate Flower, this sweet native of the southwestern US has little (1 inch diameter) daisy like blooms that have an incredibly realistic chocolate scent. The blooms are bright yellow and pretty with red striping on the undersides of the petals. Very pretty perennial that will wow visitors to your garden and delight children of all ages. Blooms from mid summer until late fall. Hard to find. 12-20 inches. Full sun. Perennial. 25+ seeds.