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1. No bed of ___
2. Derby winner's neckwear
3. Attar sources
4. Some ramblers
5. Floribundas
6. War of the ___
7. Wars of the ___: 1455–85
8. Picardy bloomers
9. "___ are red . . . "
10. What Genuine Risk ran for in May
11. Picardy sight
12. Thorny blooms
13. AMERICAN BEAUTIES
14. Thorny subjects of a Gilroy hit
15. "Everything's Coming Up ___"
16. Neckpiece for a Derby winner
17. Grandifloras
18. Pasadena parade feature
19. Something for "a blue lady"
20. Playwright Gilroy's "subject"
21. Wars of the ___
22. Violets' companions, in a verse
23. Subject for Frank Gilroy
24. Gilroy's "subject"
25. Derby winner's garland
26. Annual Pasadena display
27. Frank Gilroy's subject
28. Pasadena flowers
29. Picardy blossoms
30. Kentucky Derby decoration
31. Features ofDown
32. Strike the Gold's prize
33. Thorny bunch
34. Derby winner's wreath
35. Ramblers (5)
36. They come with bows and beaus
37. Beau's gift
38. Divas' tributes
39. Tournament of ___
40. Florists' staples
41. Gift to a diva
42. Suitor's presentation
43. Run for the ___ (Kentucky Derby)
44. Blush alternatives
45. Flowers for the girls
46. Hot commodity on February 14
47. Kentucky Derby award
48. ___ are red . . .
49. Flowers for a 3-Down
50. Red gift
51. Everything's Coming Up ___: Sondheim
52. Thorny bloomers
53. Pasadena parade flowers
54. Items in beds
55. Bed occupants
56. Thorny subject?
57. Dozen for one's dearest
58. Valentine's dozen
59. Dozen for your dearest
60. Suitor's dozen
61. MOTHERS DAY GIFT, PERHAPS
62. Everything's Coming Up ____
63. Summer bloomers
64. Kentucky Derby flowers
65. Rockers Guns N' __
66. They're often bought by the dozen
67. Thorn bearers
68. Gift from one's valentine
69. Long-stemmed beauties
70. The Tournament of ___
71. Items often purchased in dozens
72. Lover's purchase
73. Anniversary gift
74. Thorny subjects
75. Thorny beauties
76. Derby winner's bouquet
77. Derby prizes
78. Opening night gift
79. Prom purchases
80. They're often bought in twelves
81. City of ___, Portland (OR) nickname
82. Wars of the __ (1455-85)
83. Fragrant bed?
84. God gave us memory so that we might have ___ in December: J.M. Barrie
85. February 14 purchase
86. Derby winner's flowers
87. England's War of the ___
88. Beau's dozen
89. Pinkish wines
90. Thorny flowers
91. Lover's gift
92. Run for the __: Kentucky Derby
93. Blooms for lovers
94. Blooms with hips
95. Pink flowers in a van Gogh still life
96. Pasadena parade posies
97. Suitor's purchase
98. Sparkling wine choices
99. Prickly flowers
100. Source of a Pasadena parade aroma
101. Valentine's Day buys
102. Bouquet favorite
103. Floribundas, e.g.
104. Gift for a sweetheart
105. The Subject Was __ (Gilroy play)
106. Valentine blooms
107. American Beauty and Heart's Desire
108. Valentine Day gift
109. Charlie and Billy
110. Valentine bouquet
111. Bouquet flowers
112. Hawaiian Sunset and Heart's Desire
113. Items in dozens
114. Red bloomers
115. Pink drinks
116. Kentucky Derby bouquet
117. Wars of the ___ (struggle between the houses of Lancaster and York, 1455-85)
118. Funny O'Donnell
119. O'Donnell of "The View"
120. Paper towel-touting waitress
121. Norman Rockwell painting subject of W.W. II
122. Hispanic "Sesame Street" character
123. With 46-Across, Antarctic waters
124. Woman depicted in "The Birth of Old Glory"
125. Prepares a bow, with "up"
126. Key discovery of 1799
127. Start of a Jewish holiday?
128. Comic O'Donnell
129. Ingredients in bowstring waxes
130. W.W. II poster girl
131. One saying "We can do it!"
132. Anti-slippage substances
133. Friends character ___ Geller
134. Diana who led the Supremes
135. Ballet shoe application
136. Michael Jackson baby mama Debbie
137. Type of "Crown Revue"?
138. Lenny Kravitz "Let Love ___"
139. Hee Haw host/musician Clark
140. Perot's surplus?
141. Famous seamstress
142. The Thieving Magpie composer
143. Marie and Kennedy
144. Wooer's dozen
145. Robin Hood and Will Scarlet
146. Offerings from a swain
147. Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn are two varieties of them
148. Thorny bouquet
149. Picardy output
150. Bouquet material
151. Cathedral windows
152. Moss, wild and old
153. Pulitzer play subject in 1965
154. Derby winner's wear
155. Days of Wine and ___
156. Certain wines
157. Jan. 1 sights in Pasadena
158. Moss and tea
159. Wars of the ___: 1455–85
160. Everything's Coming Up ___
161. Ramblers
162. Features of 28 Down
163. Popular gift
164. Monthly synagogue observance
165. E.R. doctor
166. Hebrew "beginning"
167. ___ Hodesh
168. Sobers up giving a miss to pub popular with wine lovers during the summer
169. Valentine's Day gift
170. See 64 Down
171. Derby bouquet
172. Derby garland
173. Kentucky Derby wreath
174. Derby prize
175. Kentucky Derby prize
176. Table wines
177. England's Wars of the ___
178. Thorny things
179. American Beauty, etc.
180. Pasadena float flowers
181. They're often purchased by the dozen
182. Dozen for a sweetheart
183. Pink table wines
184. Romantic bouquet
185. They're red in a greeting card rhyme
186. Floral emblem of England
187. Gift on Valentine's Day
188. Gifts for divas
189. Anniversary order
190. Rock's Guns N' ___
191. Alternatives to reds and whites
192. Pasadena posies
193. What everything's coming up, in song
194. Bloomers with hips
195. Tournament flora
196. Vintners' offerings
197. First appearance (3)
198. Flowers came up at start of spring
199. Flowers of Picardy
200. England's 30-year civil war, 1455–85
201. Billy and Eleanor
202. Flowers of love
203. Curtain-call bouquet
204. Bampton, Macaulay, etc
205. Texas leads the world in growing these
206. Polyantha, Noisette, and tea
207. Symbols of New York, North Dakota and Iowa
208. " Days of wine and ___ "
209. "City of ___" (Portland)
210. "Days of Wine and ___"
211. "Days of Wine and ___" (tune for which Johnny Mercer won his fourth Academy Award)
212. "Everything's Coming Up ___": Sondheim
213. "I Won't Send ___" ("Mack & Mabel" song)
214. "My Favorite Things" flora
215. "Red ___ for a Blue Lady"
216. "Schitt's Creek" family
217. "The Run for the ___" (nickname of the Kentucky Derby)
218. "The Subject Was ___"
219. "The Subject Was ___" (Gilroy play)
220. "The Subject Was ___."
221. "The War of the ___" (1989 Michael Douglas/Kathleen Turner comedy)
222. "War of the ___ " Douglas/Turner film
223. "___ Are Red"
224. "___ are red... "
225. "___ are red..."
226. 'God gave us memory so that we might have ___ in December': J.M. Barrie
227. 'Raindrops on ___ and whiskers on kittens'
228. 'The War of the ___'
229. 2/14 bunch
230. 2004 Outkast single
231. American Beauties.
232. American Beauty etc.
233. Are Esso stations nice things to smell?
234. Beau's bouquet
235. Beau's buy
236. Beau's dozen?
237. Best buds?
238. Birthday gift
239. Blush wines
240. Blushes
241. Bouquet blooms.
242. Bouquet choice.
243. Bouquet from a beau
244. Bunch for a honeybunch
245. Bunch for your squeeze
246. Bunch of lovers?
247. Bunch of romantics?
248. Certain stage door gifts
249. Charismatic's prize
250. Charlie and Pete
251. China and Damask
252. Churchill Downs decorations
253. City of ___ Portland (OR) nickname
254. Comfortable bed of metaphor
255. Common bouquet flowers
256. Content of a derby winner's wreath
257. Cougs are going for 'em
258. Date holdings
259. Derby blooms
260. Derby flora
261. Derby flowers
262. Derby winner's prize
263. Dozen for a darling
264. Eglantines.
265. English war emblems
266. Feb. 14 gift
267. Feb. 14 presents
268. February 14 gift
269. February dozen
270. February flowers
271. February gift
272. Floral favorites
273. Floral gift
274. Floral subjects of an 1890 Van Gogh work
275. Floral tribute.
276. Floribundas e.g.
277. Florist's best seller.
278. Florist's stock
279. Flower selection on February 14
280. Flowering shrubs.
281. Flowers
282. Flowers for February
283. Flowers given to the winner at the end of the Kentucky Derbyheld this year on May 2and found at the end of this puzzle's three theme entries
284. Flowers in "Dead Flowers"
285. Flowers in a bouquet
286. Flowers in the Stones song "Dead Flowers"
287. Flowers on trellises
288. Flowers painted red in "Alice in Wonderland"
289. Flowers with prickly stems
290. Four ___ (bourbon brand)
291. Fragrant bed
292. Fragrant flowers
293. Garden blooms
294. Gift from a lover
295. Gifts to a diva
296. Guns N' ___
297. Honey bunch?
298. Hue of health as in cheeks.
299. Items sometimes sold in dozens
300. Jackson & Perkins hybrids
301. June blooms
302. June symbols.
303. Kentucky Derby blanket makeup
304. Kentucky Derby garland
305. Kentucky Derby winner's garland
306. Kentucky Derby winner's wreath
307. Lancaster/York badges
308. Light-bodied wines
309. Love set?
310. Lover's dozen
311. Lover's offering
312. Lovers' flowers
313. Makeup of the Kentucky Derby winner's blanket
314. Mid-February purchase
315. Miss America's armful
316. Moss wild and old
317. Multifloras.
318. Nozzles
319. Occupants of beds and bushes
320. Part of GNR
321. Pasadena's specialty.
322. Peace offering
323. Pete and Charlie
324. Pete and family
325. Pink wines
326. Polyanthas.
327. Popular Pasadena posies
328. Popular Valentine's Day gift
329. Popular bouquet
330. Prize ring?
331. Proverbial bed bits
332. Raindrops: ___ :: whiskers : kittens (for you fans of "The Sound of Music")
333. Ramblers.
334. Red bouquet
335. Red dozen
336. Red flowers
337. Red or white flowers
338. Robin Hood and Will Scarlet e.g.
339. Rockers Guns N' ___
340. Romantic bed fillers
341. Romantic buds?
342. Romantic bunch
343. Romantic dozen
344. Romantic gift
345. Romantic's flowers
346. Romeo's offering
347. Run for the ___
348. Run for the ___: Kentucky Derby
349. STAR IN ORION
350. Shenandoah might give "Two Dozen" to their girl
351. Smithereens "Blood and ___"
352. Some table wines
353. Some wines
354. Stop and smell 'em
355. Sweet-smelling love symbols
356. Sweetbriers.
357. Symbols of June.
358. Symbols of York and Lancaster
359. Symbols of spring.
360. Symbols of the British Labour Party
361. Syrup source for marshmallows
362. Tea and cabbage
363. Tea and cabbage for two
364. The Kentucky Derby "The Run for the ___"
365. The Little Prince's prized flower and others
366. The flirty dozen?
367. They all have their thorns per Poison
368. They come up in good times
369. They hang with "Guns"
370. They have thorns cause sores
371. They may be run for
372. They may have their own bed
373. They were painted red in Wonderland
374. They're typically sold by the dozen
375. Things to stop and smell
376. Tournament of ___ Parade
377. Tournament of ___ Parade which precedes a Pasadena bowl game
378. Traditional Valentine's Day gift
379. Valentine favorite
380. Valentine flowers
381. Valentine gifts
382. Valentine s Day gift
383. Valentine's Day bouquet
384. Valentine's Day bunch
385. Valentine's Day dozen
386. Valentine's Day flowers
387. Valentine's Day gifts often
388. Valentine's Day purchase
389. War symbols once
390. Wars of the ___ (1455-85)
391. Wars of the ___ (struggle between the houses of Lancaster and York 1455-85)
392. Wars of the ___: 145585
393. What American Beauties are
394. What everything's coming up in song
395. Wine cellar staples
396. Wooer's gift
397. You might bring a dozen on a date
398. Symbols of the District of Columbia
399. Dorothy Perkins and Lilibet
400. Musical concomitant of moonlight
401. Four ___ (whiskey brand)
402. Tea and cabbage, for two
403. Brazil red
404. ____ Hashanah
405. Tablet of hieroglyphics
406. ___ Hashana
407. Start of a Jewish holiday
408. ___ Hashanah
409. Valentine's Day gifts, often
410. ___ Hashana (Jewish New Year)
411. Robin Hood and Will Scarlet, e.g.
412. Food decoration
413. Flower-shaped decoration
414. Translator's stone
415. Diana of "Lady Sings the Blues"
416. Floral-shaped garnishes
417. Like an optimist's glasses?
418. Riveter of note
419. Red colors used by painters
420. Drink brewed from petals
421. Most promising
422. ER doctor
423. Met, as a challenge
424. More promising
425. Fiddler's aid
426. Pitcher's aid
427. One of the friends on "Friends"
428. ___ the Riveter (W.W. II figure)
429. Turns sour
430. Direction
431. Awaken
432. Total
433. Connive
434. Turn on an axis
435. Martini's partner
436. Daytime host O'Donnell
437. First name in talk shows
438. See 1 Across
439. Floral ornament
440. ___ ha-Shanah
441. First name in TV talk
442. Riveter of song
443. Tournament of __ Parade
444. O'Donnell of TV talk
445. Entertainer O'Donnell
446. #1 hit for Bobby Vinton in 1962
447. Egyptian town at the mouth of the Nile
448. Bar owner on "M*A*S*H"
449. Stone name
450. 1955 Best Picture nominee, with "The"
451. List of players
452. Key to hieroglyphics.
453. Colophony.
454. Egyptian town at mouth of Nile.
455. Non-slip powder.
456. Curtain-call bouquet.
457. Flowers of love.
458. ___ Hashana, Jewish New Year.
459. Brazil red.
460. Symbols of New York, North Dakota and Iowa.
461. Texas leads the world in growing these.
462. Tennessee Williams' latest.
463. Stone that made hieroglyphics readable, discovered 1799.
464. Dorothy Perkins and Lilibet.
465. Musical concomitant of moonlight.
466. Symbols of the District of Columbia.
467. Miss O'Grady.
468. Circular ornament.
469. Picardy's crop.
470. Tea, moss, damask, etc.
471. Nylon shade.
472. Jacqueminots.
473. Primulas.
474. Sweetbriars.
475. City near mouth of the Nile.
476. Hybrid tea ___.
477. Well-known bed-making stuff.
478. Haydn Wood's popular song.
479. ___ Hashana.
480. Met (the occasion).
481. Ornament.
482. Hue of health, as in cheeks.
483. The color Brazil red.
484. Brazil reds.
485. Badges of office.
486. Historic Egyptian city.
487. ___ the occasion.
488. Wine list heading
489. Picardy blooms
490. Tea, moss, damask, etc
491. New York State symbols
492. Picardy's crop
493. Sweetbriars
494. Primulas
495. Jacqueminots
496. Hybrid tea ___
497. Well-known bed-making stuff
498. Flowering shrubs
499. Multifloras
500. Sweetbriers
501. June symbols
502. Florist's best seller
503. Bouquet blooms
504. Pasadena's specialty
505. Polyanthas
506. Hue of health, as in cheeks
507. The Subject Was ___
508. Bouquet choice
509. Floral tribute
510. See
511. Pulitzer play subject in
512. Jan sights in Pasadena
513. Wars of the ___: –
514. ___ are red ...
515. Nozzles with fine holes on watering cans
516. Hybrid tea, floribunda etc
517. Annual Tournament of __ Parade
518. Valentine's Day gift, perhaps
519. Flowers with thorns