The Q&A Archives: black eyed susan vine

Question: Hi, my black eye susan vine

Answer: Thunbergia alata is called Black-Eyed Susan Vine. It's a perennial that will winter over in your gardening region without trouble. Plant in full sunshine, in loose, well-draining soil and give it regular water during the growing season for best results.

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