Father Pitt

Why should the beautiful die?

A Very Pittsburghish Flower


They’re black and gold, and they bloom all summer. Black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta) are popular garden plants here, but they also pop up along roadsides and in vacant lots. Father Pitt is of the opinion that this flower, with its persistence, its indomitable good cheer, and above all its showy black-and-gold coloring, ought to be adopted as a symbol of Pittsburgh.


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