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What are the pros? Amazingly tall and prolific!
What are the cons? Not all germinated late season
Absolutely huge sturdy stems with blossoms coming out of everywhere!! I wish I could attach a picture.
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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to start seedlings
What are the cons? Needs support
Sunflowers are not supposed to transplant well but these did. Lovely bright yellow, on the smaller side. Many blooms per stalk. They do lean over well before the end of their lives, so could use support of some kind.
17 out of 17 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.
24 out of 24 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.