Expect this easy-to-grow climber to reach up to 8 feet tall with bold, flower power eye catching 1 inch blooms in whites and creams. This is an excellent plant for hanging baskets or race up a trellis in your garden. The blooms are very profuse that will simply cover this 5 to 8 foot vine.Happiest in full sun and moist, well-drained soil, White-Eyed Susie should be sown directly into the soil or container in which she will be grown. Plant the seeds when the soil warms in spring, and in no time you'll be training up this vigorous little vine and enjoying its big bounty of bright color. Package (15 seeds).
Tips on How to Grow Black Eyed Susan Vine
Bright 1½" flowers consist of five petals with a dark eye.
This popular vine will grow to 5 feet with eye catching intense orange color.
Sow indoors: 6-8 weeks before last frost in individual pots and keep moist.
Germination is 10-15 days at 70-75ºF.
GARDEN HINTS: Soak seed overnight for best germination.
Black eyed susan vine seed germinates readily when the soil temperature is kept at 72F. It does not appreciate transplanting and does best when sown (one-quarter inch deep) where it is to grow and bloom. If you transplant, do not mess about with the roots but try to keep them from being disturbed in the transplant process.