This is my first experience with Superbells and it's a fantastic plant. Beautiful bright yellow and white flowers with perfectly crisp stripes covered the vine in abundance from purchase to present -- and it's mid-November in New England! The buoyant vines branch to a width of about 12 inches and are 18 inches long. I went away the first week of August and forgot to ask someone to water my Superbells. I returned to a brown, fried plant with just a few yellow flowers remaining. I thought it was gone. But I trimmed off the crispiest branches and watered well, and the plant cheerfully rebounded. Now, three months later, it is crowded with perfect flowers, spilling over my plantar. It's one of the prettiest flowers in my garden and utterly care free.