Western Coneflower

Rudbeckia occidentalis 'Green Wizard' and another, relatively new cultivar 'Black Beauty' - what is the difference between tem, does anyone know?
Regards,B.
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Basia Kulesz wrote:

Good Question
occidentalis 'Black Beauty': the flowers of this unusual Rudbeckia take the form of large black cones ringed with tiny yellow petals. Each sits in a cup of green bracts, set on a sturdy, upright stem. Toothed-edged ovate-elliptic foliage. 50".
occidentalis 'Green Wizard': Very tall novelty plant with huge black cones surrounded with a ring of tiny ray petals, very unusual and excellent cut flower. 48".
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