any one of different North American flowers for the genera Rudbeckia, Ratibida, and Echinacea into the composite family, having disk plants on a cone-shaped main receptacle enclosed by colorful ray plants.
Any of several similar but not related flowering flowers, of this genera Dracopis, Echinacea, Rudbeckia, and Ratibida, which have a cone-shaped disk of blossoms
Any plant of genus Rudbeckia; -- so called through the cone-shaped disk regarding the flower mind. They have been developed for their big often yellow daisies with prominent main cones. In addition, any plant of this relevant genera Ratibida and Brauneria, the latter frequently called purple coneflower.
any one of numerous perennials of east US having thick harsh leaves and long-stalked showy flowers with drooping rays and a conelike center.
A name fond of specific species of Rudbeckia, coarse composites with conical or columnar receptacles, specially to R. laciniata, which has a greenish-yellow oblong disk, and R. hirta, in which the conical disk is dark-brown.
a wildflower of this genus Ratibida
some of numerous flowers of the genus Rudbeckia cultivated for his or her large typically yellow daisies with prominent main cones
some of different perennials of eastern usa having dense rough leaves and long-stalked showy flowers with drooping rays and a conelike center