She grew in my garden this year. That’s one plant, bought from Catskill Native Nursery a few years ago. For years it wouldn’t bloom – the deer ate all the buds – but then I moved it into the cloister garden. Now it’s a good four or five feet in diameter and absolutely gorgeous. It’s still in bloom too, in October. Its flowers aren’t great attractors for pollinators, but monarch butterflies do visit it from time to time when they pass through. The species is Rudbeckia fulgida-speciosa, cultivar “Goldsturm.” I have a number of seedlings around too that need homes. I put a few in my meadow, but checking on them the deer appear to have gotten them already.