Sunflowers

The majestic sunflower, arguably the most recognized "American" flower, displays a perfect and intricate symmetry that can make you unknowingly stare for minutes at a time. Native Americans were the first to domesticate sunflowers to have a single large blossom and a variety of seed colors. Sunflowers are an excellent food source for bees, and birds literally flock to the seed heads in fall. Look for multi-branching, single flower, and even pollenless varieties. Whichever variety you choose, your garden will be even sunnier for it.

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Classification:
  • Heirloom
  • Large Packet
  • Organic
Attribute:
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Attracts Pollinators
  • Cut Flower
  • Drought Tolerant
  • Good for Containers
Type:
  • Multi-branching
  • Single Stalk
Hardiness:
  • Annual
Bloom Period:
  • Summer
Height:
  • Medium (12"-24")
  • Tall (Greater than 24")
Exposure:
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Hardy in USDA Zone:
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  • 8
Bloom Time:
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