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What are the pros? Great seeds for larger birds
What are the cons? none
Try new sunflower seeds. each year,,,,,,Planted this SF the same time I tried the Mongolian SF....wrote review on that one too...This SF went to about 10 foot.....heads ere a foot across.....thick stalks hold the heavy head erect...lots of bees and butterflies on head thru out summer...heads on both sunflowers will droop a little when ready to harvest...needs pruners to cut plant down...will use for birdseed to attract larger birds..
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Bumblebees Galore, ladybugs
What are the cons? Nothing
Cool flowers and interesting fort building ‘logs’ at the end of the season.
23 out of 25 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Huge heads! Beautiful.
What are the cons? The slugs love the seedlings
I direct seeded these in shallow rocky soil of pretty poor quality among some winter squashes. They did fine in spite of the indifferent growing conditions. Some were stunted but to my surprise many still reached their 10ft potential with huge heads and many seeds! My chickens are going to love them this fall ;)
29 out of 30 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Large heads & very tall
What are the cons? Heads are heavy and droop
This variety was super easy to grow, even in the hot and dry summer we had this year. Very tall (at least 10 feet) and massive heads (12" across) that are just gorgeous, yellow sunflowers with large seeds. I wiill definitely plant these next year around the perimeter of my garden again.
30 out of 31 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Huge, fecund, zillion bees
What are the cons? None
Big, heavy golden yellow heads stop cars in the neighborhood. Easy to grow, and hits its stride in Colorado in late summer, like a beacon for honeybees and bumblebees.