black-eyed Susan

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Synonyms for black-eyed Susan

tropical African climbing plant having yellow flowers with a dark purple center

annual weedy herb with ephemeral yellow purple-eyed flowers

the state flower of Maryland

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Hay Fever Super Boost is Harvey's own blend which contains Black Eyed Susan to reduce stress on the system, Lantana for the sensitive personality and allergic response, and Purple Garden Sage for sinus problems and streaming nose and eyes.
She is by Galileo out of a Danehill mare and ran like it on her debut at the Curragh, defeating the O'Brien-trained Montjeu filly Black Eyed Susan.
At Galway, Aidan O'Brien's BLACK EYED SUSAN, runner-up to Moyglare hope Gile Na Greine in her second start at the Curragh, is napped to open her account in the opening two-year-old fillies maiden.
Northern Bedstraw combines well with other prairie plants such as Heartleaf Alexander, Black Eyed Susan, Philadelphia Fleabane, Wild Bergamot, Pink Onion, Smooth Aster, June Grass, Little Bluestem, and Prairie Dropseed.
Highlight was encore Black Eyed Susan - an engaging tune that put a smile on your face and which seemed to sum up this gig perfectly.
Jerrold was a founding spirit behind Punch, the edito r of a Sunday paper, a novelist, a playwright whose Black Eyed Susan and The Rent Day were famous in their day and, to his everlasting credit, the creator of Mrs Caudle's famous lectures.
Some of butterflies' favorite plants are: scabiosa, butterfly weed, milkweed, cosmos, zinnias, bee balm, coneflower, black eyed susan, daisies, catmint, violets, and sedum.