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Black-eyed Susan vine
Black-eyed Susan vine is a top pick for adding easy-growing bright color to the summer garden. The trumpet-shape blooms appear in cheery shades of yellow, orange, and white; many selections have dark purple throats. It's a polite vine you can count on to stay in bounds and not become overgrown.
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Orange clock vine
Thunbergia gregorii is distinguished from closely related black-eyed Susan vine by its rich, pure orange flowers. This vine climbs 8-10 feet high with support or will scramble over the ground and become a groundcover. Zones 10-11, but usually grown as an annual
Sunny Lemon Star black-eyed Susan Vine
(Thunbergia alata 'Sunny Lemon Star') offers big yellow flowers with brown centers. It climbs to 8 feet. Zone 10-11 but it's usually grown as an annual.
White black-eyed Susan vine
(Thunbergia alata 'Little Susie') bears white flowers with a chocolate-purple center. It climbs to 8 feet. Zone 10-11 but it's usually grown as an annual.