Black-Eyed Susan Vine

(Thunbergia alata) Cheerful and fast growing, Black-Eyed Susan vine is a tender perennial native to Asrica and Asia that’s grown as an annual in most climates. It typically grows three to eight feet tall, but in frost-free locations, it can reach 20 feet, and may even be considered invasive. Black-Eyed Susan vine is a great choice for growing in containers or hanging baskets. It gets its name from the blooms’ resemblance to Black-Eyed Susans (Rudbeckia). Sow in place in spring, planting ⅛” deep or start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost date. Ideal germination temperature is 68-88F. Germinates in 7-10 days. Space plants 8-12 inches. Removing spent blooms prolongs the blooming season. Self sows freely.

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