black-eyed Susan


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Take Charge Lady, runner-up to Farda Amiga in the Kentucky Oaks as the favorite, will skip today's Black-Eyed Susan after coming down with a lung infection.
SOW summer climbers like the Chilean glory flower, cup and saucer vine, morning glory and Black-eyed Susan and grow on a warm windowsill until they can be planted out after the frosts.
Silverbulletday showed why she might have won the Preakness by overpowering the field in Friday's Black-Eyed Susan and smashing the stakes record at Pimlico in Baltimore.
Plant low-growing vines, such as dwarf sweet peas, black-eyed Susan vine (Thunbergia alata), or small clematis, on the short trellises, and any taller vines on the others.
Pimlico Friday Black-Eyed Susan Stakes G2 Prestigious three-year-old fillies' race is decided in the stewards' room, where first-past-the-post Smart N Pretty is demoted in favour of original runner-up Regal Engagement, giving Ramon Dominguez another big winner.
She skipped the Derby to beat fillies in the Kentucky Oaks and will skip the Preakness to face fillies in today's Black-Eyed Susan.
Rudbeckia hirta 'Indian Summer', a new black-eyed Susan, is a standout in the summer garden.
Regal Engagement heads the Grade 2 Black-Eyed Susan (10.
For a combination of rustic and modern, decorate windowsills with a collection of primroses in old, moss-covered terracotta pots and use twiggy trellis to support trendy summer climbers such as black-eyed Susan.
Baffert has cross-entered both fillies in Friday's Black-Eyed Susan, which is worth $200,000; the Preakness, which will be drawn Wednesday, has a $1 million purse.
Where the Kentucky Derby winner is greeted by a blanket of roses, the Preakness victor gets a horseshoe of black-eyed susan flowers, members of the sunflower family.
For quick results, buy ready-grown plants such as Thunbergia alata, black-eyed Susan Cobaea or Rhodochiton.