A “Black-Eyed Susan” vine featuring glowing white 2” flowers with black-as-midnight center eyes for dramatic contrast. This semi-evergreen climbing vine grows quickly but tops out at a modest 10’, meaning it won’t take over the side of your house as some varieties do. Plants flower continuously from early Summer to late Fall, providing food for hummers. One of the easiest plants to grow, just give this vine fertile well-drained soil and watch it go. Unaffected by pests or diseases and generally not bothered by deer. It’s perfect for a small arch, up the side of a house, along a fence, or even as a cascading plant in an elevated container. Suitable as an annual where not hardy.