A great fast growing and fast flowering creeper from Southern Africa, with lots of bright orange flowers with black centres. This variety has uniform bright orange flowers, which are often larger in size than the original sepcies. Thunbergia is generally grown as an annual in the UK, sown in autumn or spring with flowers from June all the way through to September. It will climb or trail to a height of about 2.5m. It can also be grown as a conservatory plant and will flower in winter/spring if sown in summer.
Black Eyed Susan grows best in sun to light shade and moist well drained soil. It flowers best with regular feeding during flowering. The plants need support to climb, looking good on trellises, arches and obelisks.
Pack of 40 seeds. Sow in autumn or spring for summer outdoor flowering, or summer for winter indoor flowering. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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