Teasel or rudbeckia?

Help I thought these were rudbeckias but now wondering if they might be teasal which are biennial. Hoping tgey are as I have nany goldfinches in tge garden already and this woukd be an added bonus

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Looks like a Teasel to me. Rudbeckia have softer, more rounded leaves without the spikey bits.

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Hi Brian thanks for confirming this

@Brianlis right, those are definitely teasel

My teasel looks like this (planted late spring) but Iā€™m not sure that it will flower in the first year.