Black- Eyed Susan vines are not to be confused with the bushy Black-Eyed Susan wildflower (Rudbeckia Hirtathat) that is native to the U.S. The Black-Eyed Susan vine (Thunbergia Alata) is a tropical plant that originally came from parts of Africa, Asia and Madagascar. The only real similarity between the two is that both bear flowers …

Tips on Growing Black-Eyed Susan Vines from Seeds

Black Eyed Susan vine.  They had these at longwood, mixed with what I think were white morning glories climbing up a huge arch.  Plants were planted in pots.

Black-Eyed Susan Vine Bright Eyes- Very easy to grow from seed, these look great in a basic or trained up a pole. I grow them every year for very easy and inexpensive hanging baskets in sunny spots.

Black-eyed Susan vine - you must plant one of these in your garden this year - it's the vine that keeps going strong all summer long

Black-Eyed Susan Vines aka Heaven On Earth

[These are perennial in San Diego. Mine has now overrun three fruit trees. But it blooms most of the year.] Black-eyed Susan vine - you must plant one of these in your garden this year - it's the vine that keeps going strong all summer long

Black Eyed Susan Vine

Tips for Growing Black-eyed Susan Vine

Black-eyed Susan vine is quick growing, easy to care for, and long blooming. Here are some tips for growing these charming plants in your garden.

Annual. There are countless ways to enjoy this cheery, sun-loving vine; window boxes, ground cover, on a trellis as a screen, in hanging baskets, decorating mailboxes and columns. Very fast growing wi

Spanish Eyes Black-Eyed Susan Vine - 20 Seeds - Thunbergia

BLACK-EYED SUSAN VINE SEEDS Thunbergia alata  A trailing or twining annual vine with triangular 3 inch leaves and masses of 1-1.5 inch wide, tubular flowers with or without contrasting, dark eyes. Colors include orange, yellow, and white. Use as a ground cover, in hanging baskets, or train on a trellis or strings. TIGER EYES Black-Eyed Susan Vine Seeds  Flowers are orange with black eyes.

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Blackeyed Susan vine SEEDS Mix COLOR,(Thunbergia alata) White,Gold ,And Yellow,It's a fast climber, lush foliage and masses of blooms.

Blackeyed Susan vine SEEDS Mix COLOR,(Thunbergia alata) White,Gold ,And Yellow

Black-eyed Susan vine (Thunbergia alata) SEEDS Commonly known as Black-Eyed Susan Vine, this profusely blooming climber grows from Thunbergia seeds, and it's quite an attraction in the summer garden.

THUNBERGIA - BLACK EYED SUSAN VINE - Pinetree Garden Seeds - Flowers  - Annual in Zone 5, but will still grow 5-8 feet, rambling over itself if it is not trellised.  Can be a ground cover if you let the vines trail.

Thunbergia - Black Eyed Susan Vine

THUNBERGIA - BLACK EYED SUSAN VINE - Pinetree Garden Seeds - Flowers - Annual in Zone but will still grow feet, rambling over itself if it is not trellised. Can be a ground cover if you let the vines trail.

Black-eyed Susan vine can go from seed to covering an entire trellis in just one season

Black-Eyed Susan vine can go from seed to covering an entire trellis in just one season. and other High Octane Vines

Black Eyed Susan Vine Perennial | Black-Eyed-Susan Vine Arizona Dark Red -- Select Seeds

Mame: Black-Eyed-Susan Vine 'Arizona Dark Red' Thunbergia - Plant in a pot or train on an obelisk, a real show-stopper.

Black-eyed Susan vine - you must plant one of these in your garden this year - it's the vine that keeps going strong all summer long

Black-Eyed Susan Vines aka Heaven On Earth

Trellis, espalier vine Black-eyed Susan, it's the vine that keeps going strong all summer long

black-eyed-susan-vine-...I have these growing from seed, but did not realize they're an annual in our area! oops

Black Eyed Susan Vine Plant: How To Care For Black Eyed Susan Vines

Blackeyed Susan vine plant is a tender perennial that is grown as an annual in temperate and cooler zones. You can also grow the vine as a houseplant. Try growing one with tips from this article.

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