Thunbergia Alata - Schwarzaugen-Susan Vine, Clockvine
- Thunbergia alata - Schwarzaugen-Susan Vine, Clockvine
Thunbergia alata - Schwarzaugen-Susan Vine, Clockvine
Clockvine kann in hängenden Töpfen oder Blumenkästen verwendet werden. Die Pflanze hat eine Wuchsform und kann eine Länge von fünf Fuß erreichen. Wachsen Sie an einem geschützten Platz in der Sonne oder im Halbschatten. Die Pflanze braucht einen gut durchlässigen und nicht zu schweren Boden. Clockvine stirbt bei der ersten Frostgefahr.
Die Vermehrung erfolgt durch Stecklinge oder Samen. Nadelholz Stecklinge Wurzel leicht. Der Samen keimt in 10 bis 15 Tagen bei 70 bis 75 Grad. Bedecken Sie den Samen mit ungefähr einem Viertel Zoll Wachstumsmedium. Die Samen können entweder drinnen oder draußen begonnen werden.
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FAQ - 💬
❓ Does Thunbergia alata come back every year?
👉 Strictly speaking it is a tender perennial, but if you want to overwinter it, you will need to do so in a warm conservatory or greenhouse. Otherwise treat it as an annual and replace it every year - it's a very good investment!
❓ Does Thunbergia like sun or shade?
👉 Thunbergia alata grows best in rich, moist soil in full sun. It tolerates partial shade but flowering may be reduced.
❓ Is black-eyed Susan vine invasive?
👉 Black-eyed Susan vines can be particularly aggressive where they grow year-round. The vine is considered invasive in many tropical areas, including Hawaii and Mexico.
❓ Is a black-eyed Susan vine an annual or perennial?
👉 Black-eyed Susan vine plant is a tender perennial that is grown as an annual in temperate and cooler zones. You can also grow the vine as a houseplant but be wary as it may grow to 8 feet (2+ m.) in length. Black-eyed Susan vine care is most successful when you can mimic the plant's native African climate.
❓ Can you winter over Thunbergia?
👉 Tip. Thunbergia grows well in containers and you can bring pots indoors to overwinter. Use a container with a trellis attached or grow the vines in hanging baskets and allow them to trail over the sides.
❓ Can Black Eyed Susans survive the winter?
👉 All Black-Eyed Susans are cold-hardy and survive the winter by dying back to the ground in fall and staying dormant until spring. The flowers are not only lovely in a vase, but are great attractors of insect pollinators, butterflies, and birds.
❓ How long does it take for Thunbergia to flower?
👉 about 12 weeksThunbergia, black-eyed Susan vine, clock vine related species: Thunbergia gibsonii has somewhat larger flowers in a bright orange color. Thunbergia fragrans bears 2-inch wide, white, fragrant flowers. The most available variety is called Angel Wings and blooms in about 12 weeks from seed.
❓ Can Black Eyed Susan be grown in pots?
👉 Plant in a large container with moist, well-drained soil. Make sure the soil doesn't dry out. These plants prefer full sun but they will also grow in partial sun. They grow best if soil is fertile but they can tolerate tough conditions.
❓ Where is the best place to plant black-eyed Susans?
👉 full sunBlack-eyed Susans grow best in full sun (at least 6 to 8 hours per day). They can tolerate some shade, but you might eventually find them stretching and spreading toward the light.
❓ Is black-eyed Susan vine poisonous to dogs?
👉 Black-eyed Susan brings glowing color late in the season, just when it's needed the most! Hundreds of cheerful flowers bloom in late summer and float high above dark green foliage and handle summer heat with grace. The plant is non-toxic, and with so many flowers, there's no way your dog can eat them all!
❓ Do you cut back black-eyed Susan plants?
👉 ANSWER: It isn't really necessary to cut back Rudbeckia hirta (blackeyed Susan); but if you will deadhead them (i.e., remove the fading flowers before they set seed), it will prolong their flowering period.
👉 Thunbergia alata is sometimes known as the Black-eyed Susan vine. It’s a tropical evergreen twining vine that can reach a height of 20 feet in frost-free zones. And grows 3-8′ tall in a single season as an annual. Want to add these Black-eyed Susan vines to your garden? Then, let’s learn how to take care of it first. Read below to find out more.
👉 Thunbergia alata (Black-Eyed Susan Vine) is a vigorous twining evergreen vine, often grown as an annual, with lush heart-shaped green leaves and attractive single yellow-orange flowers, 2 in. across (5 cm), adorned with dark purple-black throats. Borne in the leaf axils, they bloom throughout the summer and fall.
👉 Species of plant. Thunbergia alata, commonly called black-eyed Susan vine, is a herbaceous perennial climbing plant species in the Acanthaceae family. It is native to Eastern Africa, and has been naturalized in other parts of the world.
👉 * Thunbergia kamatembica Mildbr. * Valentiana volubilis Raf. Thunbergia alata, commonly called black-eyed Susan vine, is a herbaceous perennial climbing plant species in the family Acanthaceae. It is native to Eastern Africa, and has been naturalized in other parts of the world.
Autor Des Artikels: Alexander Schulz. Unabhängiger Konstrukteur und technischer Experte. Arbeitserfahrung in der Baubranche seit 1980. Fachkompetenz in den Richtungen: Bau, Architektur, Design, Hausbau.