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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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Both as a portrait of modern, urban Texas, and in terms of suspense, characterizations and storytelling, Black-Eyed Susans is outstanding, but it also operates on another, essentially political level.
This is also the time Cotler divides her fall flowering perennials, such as asters, black-eyed Susans, mums, Shasta daisies, etc.
In summer, black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) infuses the garden with brilliant yellow daisylike blooms.
The grand daddy of Cherokee Sunset, Rudbeckia hirta, was the well known favourite Black-eyed Susan - but hark, I hear you say - surely that title belongs to Thunbergia.
A native prairie of black-eyed Susans, Indian grass, big and little bluestem, ladino clover, and other native grasses quilts the 32 acres of bottomground near the river.
We usually do this unit in the fall when the plant materials such as black-eyed susans, red onions, yellow onions, walnuts, chestnuts, marigolds, poke berry, and aster are available.
Without them, sentences lie inert on the page like black-eyed Susans after a sudden shower.
Mary Helen Washington's collection Black-Eyed Susans and the novels of Alice Walker and Toni Morrison deal with these issues.
masses of black-eyed Susans and young dance students in Grecian togas spied posing on rocks, illuminated by the lights of cars leaving the parking lot at night.
A few roadside black-eyed Susans and blanket flowers and gay feathers were transplanted that first summer.
Complete with Black-eyed Susans, large murals of the horses crossing the finish line and the outline of the race track in a "triple layered" ceiling, there's a good "bet" travelers will enjoy the food and the atmosphere of this food court.
The most common flowers blooming in August are Mums, Daylilies, or Black-Eyed Susans.
The state welcomes conference attendees to visit booth #9 and "sow the seeds of business success" by accepting a gift of black-eyed Susans, the seeds of which are embedded in plantable business cards.
Black-eyed Susans, meadowsweet, steeple-bush, purple loosestrife, Yarrow, daisies and Indian pipes are all in bloom.
She carried an English garden bouquet of black-eyed Susans, hypericum, white wax flower, and rosemary.