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From the slightly obscure to the easily recognizable, Black-Eyed Susan is rife with pop culture references.
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.
So, for instance, a plot planted with goldenrod and the closely related black-eyed susan wasn't as productive as a plot with goldenrod and the more distantly related bluestem grass.
Trained by Todd Pletcher, In Lingerie won four races topped by the Grade 1 Spinster Stakes at Keeneland and Grade 2 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes.
Rudbeckia plants provide good yellow and orange flowers on tall and short stems, with Goldsturm being the most popular choice for stems 60cm tall and dwarf Black-eyed Susan Toto better for the fronts of borders as it only grows to 25cm tall.
ORNAMENTAL grasses and seed heads of plants like Black-Eyed Susan or Rudbeckia and coneflowers will not only stretch the season of interest but will help feed birds during the lean months ahead.
Butterflies: zinnia, purple coneflower, black-eyed Susan, coreopsis.
Tubs and troughs of vivid, vibrant nasturtiums can also provide late summer interest, in shades of reds, oranges and yellows, while black-eyed Susan, or thunbergia, will twine itself up trellis or tumble over hanging baskets in a sunny, sheltered spot until October.
Or plant such colorful, tropical-looking choices as black-eyed Susan vine (Thunbergia alata), bougainvillea, passion vine, and trumpet vine.
Some climbing annuals can provide a blaze of colour during the summer months, including black-eyed Susan (Thunbergia alata), which is perennial in its native Africa, but an annual here.
SALAD LEAVES - Plant nasturtium near the kitchen LASTING - Black-eyed Susan flowers from summer to autumn HALF-HARDY - Morning glory is ideal for containers HALF-HARDY - Morning glory is ideal for
Tastefully packaged and full of flavour, the four additions include Goldilocks, Black-eyed Susan, Indian Blanket and Viper's Grass.