100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Giant!
What are the cons? None
Multiple heads was not what I expected with this flower as I am used to the traditional sunflower which is grown for its seeds. To my surprise and delight, this flower has a ton of heads on it, 5-6 at the top, and one sprouting from almost every node on the stalk. My flowers were planted in a shallow 8 inches of manure and top soil, and have grown so tall that the heads are above the gutters on my roof. I would say that my tallest one is around 12 feet tall and still growing with a stalk diameter around the size of a soda can at the base.
Like I said, shocking growth and flowering, but you can't beat it for beauty.
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11 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? vigorous annual
What are the cons? none
This multi-headed beauty is tall, over 6ft. I can see why the folks at Baker Creek call it a classic. It grew well in a dry and sandy spot with some supplemental watering. The Gold Finches like the small seeds. I want to grow this one again next year.