In the midst of a stand of Rudbeckias, I found a trio of pale yellow blooms that stood out amidst the usual sunny gold flowers. When I traced the stems back to the ground, I could see that all of the differently-colored blooms were on one plant. I'll be monitoring that plant and saving the seeds, hoping to get another generation of Rudbeckia 'Lovely Lemon'. Maybe I'll call that plant Liz for now ...
David/ Tropical Texana & NCE
BTW: next week is my last week in Katy. Was your quest to find some butterfly weeds for me successful?
Thanks so much for trying.
OK, now that the HG has had her say, it's back to me. Carol, the Weather Underground station I follow in my subdivision has recorded 102 degrees three times in the last week. Even the drought tolerant plants are having a rough time.