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What are the pros? care-free, drought tolerant
What are the cons? none.
I mix these yellow torch with the red variety to get a brilliant display of eye candy. They do attract butterflies and pollinators, so they are planted intermittently throughout the vegetable garden. They re-seed each year in this area, although most are collected in late fall and distributed to other gardeners. An easy and nearly maintenance free plant that gives a lot of joy for minimal effort.
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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? All
What are the cons? none
This is our all time favorite sunflower! Very abundant in flowers, no pest, requires little tending but still looks astonishing. Were growing this since weve bought this. After the parent died another one had blossom! Its a must in every garden! Im very happy with this sunflower because the butterflies and bees loves it. everyday new butterfly visits us. Weve capture a lot of photos of butterflies in the garden since weve started gardening. Thanks to baker creeks.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Fast germination
What are the cons? Slow to grow
The seeds germinated within few days. Very hardy and surviving well in tropical climate. i tried to transplant into both pot and ground. Both thrived really well but the one in the ground grew faster and much bigger. Very little pest damage. But very slow to produce flowers.
7 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
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I've grown 'Torch' for years and enjoy it as a wonderful late bloomer for the back of the border. 'Yellow Torch' is as easy to grow as 'Torch,' just with bright yellow flowers. It's a real winner in my garden.