Common names of plants from B & T World Seeds' price-lists

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"Black-Eyed Susan" currently available from B & T World Seeds

"Black-eyed Susan"Thunbergia alata
"Black-eyed Susan Hibiscus"Hibiscus diversifolius
"Black-eyed Susan Vine"Thunbergia alata mixed o. p.

All the "Black-Eyed Susan" from our database
including currently available Black-Eyed Susan, and Black-Eyed Susan for which we do not have a current source.

"Black-eyed Susan"Rudbeckia hirta
"Black-eyed Susan"Thunbergia alata cream and black form RSA
"Black-eyed Susan"Thunbergia alata
"Black-eyed Susan African Sunset Mixed"Thunbergia alata African Sunset Mixed
"Black-eyed Susan Hibiscus"Hibiscus diversifolius
"Black-eyed Susan Vine"Thunbergia alata mixed o. p.
"Showy Black-eyed Susan"Rudbeckia fulgida v sullivanti Goldsturm
"Showy Black-eyed Susan"Rudbeckia fulgida v sullivantii
"Sweet Black-eyed Susan"Rudbeckia subtomentosa

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Perhaps you found "Black-Eyed Susan" in a book, another catalogue or among personal communications
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Herbal Medicinal names frequently refer to the part of the plant used and a version of the Latin name, for example "Belladonnae Radix", are the roots of Atropa belladonna ( the botanical name is sometimes written Atropa bella-donna ).

Some uses for plants are included in our common names, so fuel will find some plants useful for fuel, and aphro will find some plants reputed to have aphrodisiac properties.

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