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Sunflower, Wild West

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Helianthus annuus

Nothing says summer like these sunny blooms lining gardens and roadways!

These tall, multi-branched sunflowers are native to much of the western US, providing food for birds and bees. Extremely drought tolerant plants can naturalize and grow anywhere. Will self-seed. They reach 6-8' tall, with 4-5" heads. 70 days.

Seeds grown by Affinity Farm in Moscow, Idaho and Sonshine Acres in Emmett, Idaho. 

90 seeds.

Directions: When the soil has warmed thoroughly, sprinkle seeds in spring and rake in lightly. Keep soil moist until germination occurs. Drought-tolerant once established, do not overwater. Can be thinned to 12-18" or left growing together 6" apart.

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