Thunbergia alata Seeds (Black-Eyed Susan Vine)
Thunbergia alata produces loads of 1-2" yellow-orange flowers with contrasting black eyes. The heart-shaped leaves are also attractive.

Black-Eyed Susan Vine is great for growing on trellises, poles, fences and mailboxes. It's also a good container plant, looking especially nice in hanging baskets and window boxes.

height 5'  spacing 8"


Thunbergia alata Seeds

Thunbergia alata is an annual vine with five-petaled flowers that have a black spot in the center. Also known as Black-Eyed Susan Vine. 

Sowing Thunbergia alata Seeds

Start Thunbergia alata seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date. Soak the seeds overnight, then sow 1/4" deep. Full sun.

Black-Eyed Susan Vine Mix blooms in shades of yellow, orange and white. All the colors have stunning black eyes.

Thunbergia alata takes 12-14 weeks to start blooming from seed. It performs best in warm climates with long growing seasons, where it can be direct sown outdoors. In cooler climates, start the seeds early indoors.

height 5'  spacing 8"

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Black-Eyed Susan Vine Mix
(Thunbergia alata)

40 seeds   $2.50    
Black-Eyed Susan Vine
(Thunbergia alata)

40 seeds   $2.25                               
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