Black-Eyed Susan Vine
- Easy to start from seed
- Fast growing and quick to bloom
- White, yellow, and golden-orange blossoms
- A great container or trellised flower
- Annual plants in northern climates
(Thunbergia alata) Also known as Clockvine. Native to tropical Africa. Formula mix of colors includes pure white, golden-orange, golden-orange with black centers, pure yellow, and yellow with contrasting black eyes. Great for hanging baskets, containers, or garden trellises. Very easy to start from seed, fast-growing, and quick to bloom. Grown as an annual in the North.
Learn to Grow Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Start Indoors: 6-8 weeks before last frost
Germination: 10-20 Days
Plant Outdoors: 12-18” Apart
Light: Sun/Partial Shade
Instructions - Sow seeds indoors just beneath the surface of the soil. Plant out after the danger of frost has passed and when nighttime temperatures are above 50°F.
Ratings & Reviews
Really nice variety
by Adam Brunson
Really nice variety. I’m in Austin, TX (Zone 8). Started indoors from seed in Match. Grew slowly through our hot summer then exploded as things “cooled off” to the 80s and 90s. They grew up a trellis 6-8’ from a planter box below with copious blooms as depicted in the images. Still in full bloom in early November.