California coneflower is a large showy perennial that grows in seeps or meadows from 400-7800 feet from the middle Sierras into southern Oregon and down along the California coast ranges into Del Norte county. Mix with Lilium pardalinum and
Rhododendron occidentale to make your own mountain meadow. All you need is a partially shaded, cool seasonally moist yard to knock them dead with your glorious bounty of beauty.
Rudbeckia californica tolerates seasonal flooding.
Rudbeckia californica is great for a butterfly garden.
Foliage of Rudbeckia californica has color green and is deciduous.
Flower of Rudbeckia californica has color yellow.
Communities for Rudbeckia californica:Red Fir Forest and Mountain Meadow.