On Feb 9, 2008, CurtisJones from Longmont, CO wrote:
A little more information from your friends at Botanical Interests: "Annual. Blooms summer. 5' - 10' trailing vine. Full sun. Vigorous vine with sunset-colored, dark-eyed flowers. Great ground cover, screen, or hanging basket variety! Use in window boxes, as a ground cover, on a trellis, or in hanging baskets. Sow outside after danger of spring frost has passed. "
On Aug 16, 2005, celtic_dolphin from Boone, NC (Zone 4b) wrote:
Wonderful little vine! Was slow to start growing, but once it took off, it is spreading like wildfire! I have them growing on a trellis and also in hanging baskets, they seem to prefer climbing to hanging, but still look good in the baskets. The colors in this mix are wonderful, my cousin had never seen a black-eyed susan vine before, but after seeing the first bloom of this variety she gasped and shouted "that's my new favorite flower!". I think it's my new favorite vine, at the least. Not sure how easy it will be to gather seed, will update once I've reached that point.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Mackenzie, Alabama Foster City, California Laguna West-lakeside, California Richmond, California San Francisco, California Saint George, Florida Guyton, Georgia Benton, Illinois Barbourville, Kentucky Flemingsburg, Kentucky Oak Park Heights, Minnesota Warrensville, North Carolina Fairlawn, Virginia Henrico, Virginia