BLACK-EYED SUSAN VINE SEEDS
Black-eyed Susan Vine is a trailing or twining annual vine with triangular, 3″ leaves and masses of 1-1.5″ wide, tubular flowers. Blooms with or without, contrasting, dark eyes. Blooms most often in seen in orange, yellow, and white shades.
Train your Black-eyed Susan Vines on trellises or strings, or use them as highly ornamental, temporary ground covers, or enjoy their riotous color close-up in hanging baskets.
SUPERSTAR ORANGE Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Larger flowers and quick, vigorous-growth earns Superstar Orange Black-Eyed Susan Vine its celebrity status. Plants climb or trail to 5′ or more, are bejeweled in 2″, black-centered, orange flowers. Use Superstar Orange to brighten trellises or hanging baskets, or plant in ground for sensational, small-scale, summer ground covers.
SPANISH EYES Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Spanish Eyes Black-Eyed Susan Vine is covered in dark-eyed flowers in beautiful apricot, salmon, rose, and ivory shades. Heavy-flowering vines grow 4-5′ tall.
BLUSHING SUSIE Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Blushing Susie Black-Eyed Susan Vine is a trailing or twining, heavy-blooming, 4-5′ vine with especially showy, 1.5″ flowers. Blooms are in unique shades of red, apricot, peach, pink, salmon and ivory, all have dark-burgundy eyes. Individual blooms change color as they age, provide you with a nice range of colors on a single vine.
CANARY EYES Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Black-eyed, yellow flowers on strong-growing, 4-5′ tall vines.
TIGER EYES Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Orange blooms with piercing black eyes. Vigorous-growing vine to 4-5′ tall.
SUSIE MIX Black-Eyed Susan Vine
A formula mix of orange, yellow and white flowers, with or without contrasting dark eyes. Strong-growing vines reach 4-5′ tall.
BRIGHT EYES Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Lively, white flowers with highly ornamental black eyes. Vines grow 4-5′ tall.
How to Plant Black-eyed Susan Vine Seeds
Soak Black-Eyed Susan Vine seed in water for 12 hours, then sow in 2″ pots or cell packs, press into soil and completely cover. Kept at 75-80°F., germination is in 14-21 days. Transplant seedlings into the garden 12-18″ apart, after all danger of frost.