Thunbergia (Black-Eyed Susan)
The black-eyed Susan vine is a frequent sight in hanging baskets. This flowering vine is as easy to care for as it is charming. The flowers look daisy-like at a distance, with five overlapping, solid-colored petals surround a brownish-purple center tube. The medium green leaves are a little coarse and grow opposite one another—they can be either heart-shaped or have a lance-like arrowhead shape. This fast-growing vine is best planted in the spring once the soil has warmed.