Symbol of summer and a kids’ favorite, sunflowers can grow to impressive heights or be just knee-high depending on the variety. All have big, lusciously colored blossoms that vary from the traditional yellow and orange to cream and tan. Plant them in full sun and in rich soil on the north side of the garden so they won’t shade other plants. Can be planted a week or two ahead of the last frost to give them a jump-start.
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Sunflower produces an abundance of multiple blooms with large lemon-yellow petals and dark chocolate centers. (Sturdy annual, 7-8' tall) Heirloom Seeds ...
This seed pack is a complete mixture of all Sunflower species and types. If you can only plant one packet ...
Bright orange sunflowers explode with a flash of color. Almost entirely double flowers -- has a unique outer row of ...
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Dark-centered sunflower blooms are 4-5" across with petals that gradually fade from a dark red base to golden yellow tips. ...
A well adapted introduction, most likely of Canadian Mennonite origin, later adopted by the Tarahumara tribe. Masses of solid-gold flowers ...
Also known as Mexican Sunflower. Fiery orange 2-3" flowers attract lots of butterflies all summer long. A favorite because of ...
(H. annuus) Bred by Dr. Kovacs of Budapest, Hungary, the Valentine Sunflower has beautiful soft primrose-yellow petals with rounded tips ...
This striking sunflower has velvety, dark mahogany-red petals with an almost black center. Well branched, free-flowering plants with strong stems ...