Not quite the end for the rudbeckia

The large section of black-eyed susans has finished blooming and is going to seed.

more than two dozen dark-brown seedheads, with only a few shriveled petals remaining

But just when I thought it was the end for these flowers, a somewhat hidden section popped up a few feet away.

closeup of one bright yellow flower with a tall brown cone, with six more flowers blurred in a fairly straight line in the background

They are a welcome sight as the garden is starting to fade.

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