Big, showy blooms great for producing seed.
A Native American heirloom originally grown by the Arikara tribe. While these sunflowers grow tall, the the flower produce a large seed head, at the younger stage they are simply gorgeous. The slightly wild looking petals and pale centers are right out of a Van Gogh painting. Great along a fence, or to create shade for cool loving crops in the garden.
|100 Seeds||$3.50||In Stock|
|1 Ounce||$6.50||In Stock|
|4 Ounces||$14.95||Out of Stock|
Sow sunflowers outdoors after last frost, until mid-June for autumnal blooms. Can be scattered or sowed in rows. Thin sunflowers to 8-12 inches apart for a dense wall. Tolerate dry conditions and require full sun. Cut blooms to encourage more flowers, or let the seeds mature (to save or to feed the birds).
|Days to Germination||10 to 14 days|
|Days to Maturity||85 days|
|Planting Depth||1 inch|
|Spacing in Row||8 to 12 inches|
|Spacing Between Rows||36 inches|
|Height at Maturity||8 to 12 feet|
|Sun Preference||Full Sun|