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Where Do You Buy Sunflowers


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Where Do You Buy Sunflowers


Remember we breed the sunflowers we sell, and we produce the seeds. Flower growers around the world trust our work. Our seeds are produced in California under strict quality standards. We clean our seeds meticulously before packaging and SunflowerSelections.com monitors the germination on a continual basis. We package and ship our seeds from our temperature controlled warehouse here in California. Our goal is to provide you with the best possible seed quality.


Sunflower bouquets should be kept out of direct sunlight and away from drafts, which can dehydrate the sunflowers and cause them to wilt. If you want to keep your sunflower bouquet looking fresh for longer, keep it in a cool, dark area of the room away from window sills.


For annual sunflowers (Helianthus annuus), sow seeds outdoors after the threat of frost has passed. If you have a short growing season they can be started indoors. Perennial sunflowers should be planted in spring or fall


Dwarf sunflowers are good for containers or small gardens. Many dwarf types are branching and offer multiple blooms per plant. Some are double-flowered, some are bicolored, and some are pollenless. Dwarf sunflowers are the perfect size for cutting and using in arrangements.


Known for their fuzzy, fluffy, or soft texture, double sunflowers are attention grabbers. Available in semi-double or fully-double forms, their flowers last longer than single-bloom varieties and make excellent cut flowers. Many are pollenless or have minimal pollen.


Perennial sunflowers will come back year-after-year. They are tough plants that offer 8-12 weeks of flowers. Rather than sending up a giant flower head, like many of the annual types, these sunflowers form clumps with many smaller flowers.


Many gardeners are surprised to discover that sunflowers are available in more colors than the classic bright yellow. There are types with deep red flowers, others that show of beautiful combinations of color and still others that are white.


False sunflowers resemble smaller versions of true sunflowers, but have raised, cone-shaped centers. The petals stay with the flower instead of withering and falling off, as sunflowers do. False sunflowers are perennials and can be easily grown in zones 3-9.


Do sunflowers follow the sunYoung sunflowers face east to soak up sunlight in the morning and track the sun as it moves westward throughout the day. This process is called heliotropism. Once sunflowers have reached maturity, they stop following the sun and face east from then on.


Flower Field Pass- Passes are required to enter the sunflower fields. They are $6 per person for ages 10+ and $4 per person for ages 3-9. The pass includes one complimentary u-pick sunflower. Additional sunflowers are $2.


Anderson Farms is excited to bring you our second annual U-Pick Sunflowers! Beginning July 29th we invite you to visit our beautiful 15 acre sunflower field. We have planted over 17 varieties of sunflowers ranging in height, colors and stages of bloom! Admission includes a wagon ride to and from the field where you will find many hidden photo ops. Take home some of our beautiful flowers by purchasing an All-You-Can-Fill Bag or French Market Bucket


If you use bonemeal on the top block of a sunflower, Another sunflower will pop off of the original sunflower. This can be useful for obtaining large amounts of sunflowers without having a flower minion.


With seasonal growth enabled, sunflowers have to be harvested between October and November. Take your harvester and attach the special header used for sunflowers. On the field, lower the header, start the engine and proceed to harvest.


Sunflowers grow best in locations with full sun. They are remarkably tough and will grow in any kind of soil as long as it is not waterlogged. They do fine in soils that are slightly acidic to somewhat alkaline (pH 6.0 to 7.5). Once sunflowers get started, they can tolerate drought as befits plants whose ancestors grew happi




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