Baby Blue Eyes


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A flower essence said to provide innocence, trust, feelings of love and support, and a connection with the spiritual world
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for his win at the Curragh over Derby weekend and Baby Blue Eyes is 10lb.
Despite her angelic blonde hair and baby blue eyes, Brooke Kinsella seems destined to be cast as a bad girl.
Other California native wild flowers Pokorski recommends for novice gardeners are lupine, tidytips, Chinese houses and baby blue eyes, available in seeds at garden centers.
HARD as it might be to believe, yesterday's win by She's Our Mark in the Group 3 Desmond Stakes was the first Group-race success for trainer Pat Flynn in 25 years and, for good measure, Baby Blue Eyes went on to make it an even bigger day for Flynn when she sprinted clear for a four-length success in the Listed Hurry Harriet Stakes.
But he said: "I swear on my son Dallas' baby blue eyes it's true.
Celtic Dane, whose trainer Kevin Prendergast is chasing a fourth win in the race, and Baby Blue Eyes, whose trainer Pat Flynn was successful with Salmon Eile in 1992, are both on hat-tricks.
In raised beds made from sandy topsoil and Kellogg's Gromulch, we planted seed packets of love-in-a-mist (Nigella damascena), oriental poppy (Papaver orientale), Shirley poppy (Papaver rhoeas), purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), paludosum daisy (Chrysanthemum paludosum), baby blue eyes (Nemophila insignis), ``Sparkler radish,'' ``Early Wonder'' beet and ``Danvers Half Long'' carrot.
African daisies--in shades from cream to gold--and laterblooming baby blue eyes provide a changing color show on a gentle slope adjacent to her Carmel, California, garden.
They looked into each other's baby blue eyes and decided to team up.
Brenzel's favorite plants for attracting beneficial insects - such as parasitic wasps, lace wings and hover flies - are: common fennel, of lacy leaves and anise fragrance; rue, the finely cut, if foul-scented, blue-leafed herb; cosmos, the frilly leafed, somewhat gangly annual with white, pink and mauve petaled daisy flowers; coreopsis, the yellow-orange petaled daisy; achillea, better known as yarrow; nemophila or baby blue eyes, suitable for bright shade; Lychnis coronaria, a drought-tolerant, gray-leafed plant with brilliant contrasting blooms in red or pink; Agrostemma, or corn cockle, an ornamental weed with purple-spotted, magenta-pink petals.
Pat Flynn and stable jockey Danny Grant took the 1m1f premier handicap with Baby Blue Eyes, who has the Tote Galway Mile on the second day of the upcoming Ballybrit extravaganza as her immediate target.
He thinks all he has got to do to keep viewers happy is act tough, crack a few jokes, flash those baby blue eyes of his and get his kit off for a few bedroom scenes.