Vigorous vine with charming orange, yellow, and white flowers. Great ground cover, screen, or hanging basket variety!
Inspiring poets with its beauty, this 1800s heirloom can be enjoyed in window boxes, hanging baskets, as a ground cover, as a screen, on a trellis or fence, and decorating mailboxes and columns. You will be rewarded with lush foliage and masses of blooms all summer long in vibrant orange, yellow, and white; the colorful petals make a striking contrast to the black "eye".
Variety Info1"–1½" wide, vibrant white, yellow, and orange flowers, some with and some without a contrasting black "eye".
6 to 8 weeks before your average last frost date. Transplant outside after average last frost. Use biodegradable pots to prevent root disturbance when transplanting.
RECOMMENDED. 1 to 2 weeks after your average last frost date, and when soil temperature is 65°–80°F.