Add heat-tolerant black-eyed Susan vines (Thunbergia alata
) to hanging baskets, window boxes, large pots, or trellises for vibrant color through the summer.
, or Black-Eyed Susan, is another delightful and vigorous climber which will cover a trellis with a profusion of flowers - these are yellow with a black eye in the centre.
Try morning glory, mina lobata, climbing nasturtiums or Thunbergia alata
, black-eyed Susan.
Flowering vines, such as black-eyed Susan vine (Thunbergia alata
) or Anemone clematis (Clematis montana) can drape your front porch for privacy.
Another attractive annual that will provide summer interest is BlacK Eyed Susie thunbergia alata
. This is a climber with beautiful yellow petals and a deep blacK central area.
Some climbing annuals can provide a blaze of colour during the summer months, including black-eyed Susan (Thunbergia alata
), which is perennial in its native Africa, but an annual here.
peregrinum), sweet peas, black- eyed Susan (Thunbergia alata
) or morning glory (Ipomea rubro-coerulea) scramble through them.
Or plant such colorful, tropical-looking choices as black-eyed Susan vine (Thunbergia alata
), bougainvillea, passion vine, and trumpet vine.
The black-eyed Susie, thunbergia alata
has produced some exciting new hybrids in recent years and is worthy of a place in the garden, trained up the leg of a bird table or climbing up a home-made frame in a container on a sunny patio.
A Black-Eyed Susie thunbergia alata
to give it its proper name is an annual from South Africa and dies after flowering each year.