- Ebony and ivory black-eye Susan
- Great for a hot wall
- Use in hanging baskets
Description: This beautiful black/white black-eye Susan produces classic ivory and ebony blooms on trailing plants as early as June. Thunbergia White Halo has white flowers with a central black eye growing above attractive leaves.
Disease resistant to leaf spot this black/white variety puts out lots of black/white flowers which spill over the sides of hanging baskets.
White Halo gives you lots of flowers right through the summer. Simply plant up your hanging basket for a sunny wall, treating White Halo to a rich soil-like compost, specially formulated for hungry plants like roses.
Pick withered flowers off your baskets to allow your plants to produce more fresh flowers. Wear some gloves for this and your black-eyed Susan will reward you with flower all summer.
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