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Helianthus annuus. Originally a North American native, it is said that the Mormons strew Sunflower seeds along their journey to Utah so that others could follow their sunny path months later. Easy to grow in bright sunlight, our varieties have smaller centers and unusual color combinations. Direct-sow in well-draining soil with good sunlight every three weeks after the last spring frost date for continual blooms throughout the summer. Bee friendly. Deer resistant. Annual.

Average seed life: 5 years.

The Essence-of-Summer Sunflower Garden

It doesn't really feel like summer until you see cheerful Sunflowers emerging from the garden. They just make you smile~the more the merrier! (To really be surrounded by Sunflowers, order a bunch of these Collections and give them to all of your neighbors.) Our Essence-of-Summer Sunflower Garden includes one packet of each of our stunning varieties at about 10% off regular prices:
  • Florenza Bi-Color Sunflowers (~45 seeds)
  • Santa Fe Double Sunflowers (~50 seeds)
  • Sonya Bouquet Sunflowers (~45 seeds)
  • Moulin Rouge Sunflowers (~50 seeds)
  • Junior Dwarf Sunflowers (~50 seeds)
  • Colorful Fantasia Sunflower Mix (~100 seeds)
  • Catalog #9310
    • Buy 50 for $19.75 each and save 11%

    Availability: In stock


    Gardening Tips

    Sunflowers Sowing Instructions
    Planting Depth
    Seed Spacing:4”-5”
    Plant Spacing:12”-24”
    Days to Germination: 7-14 days
    Germination Temperature:65°-85°F

    Helianthus annuus. Easy to grow in full sunlight, they should be sown in well-draining, loamy soil after the danger of frost has passed. Plant the seeds 1⁄2" deep and keep the seedbed uniformly moist until the seedlings emerge, about 10 days after sowing. Weed carefully and keep well-watered until established. You may also start Sunflowers indoors 3 weeks before the last frost date. Plant seeds 1⁄2" deep in pots of good seed-starting mix at 65° to 85°F. Provide even moisture, strong light and good ventilation. When the seedlings are large enough to handle, thin or transplant them 12" to 24" apart in the garden. A good cut flower, this cheerful garden favorite may be planted successively every 3 weeks in the spring and early summer for more continuous blooms.

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