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87.5% would recommend this item to a friend.
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy and Hardy
What are the cons? None
Zone 8b here. Planted 12 seeds in the ground early May, by mid June I had 3 foot tall plants. Had a family emergency in AZ at the end of June which devastated the rest of my garden due to lack of water and care. Not these bad boys! Came back to healthy happy plants a week later. Just harvested the other day and my while my biggest is only 14" across I can't complain a lick. Exceptionally hardy plants with beauty you have to see to believe. Will be saving seed from my biggest to replant next year.
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6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Amazing size
What are the cons? none
Planted 3 varieties of sunflowers this year and this was the first to come up. Huge stature and flower. Lasted approx. 2 weeks before the head got too heavy for the plant to support. Bees LOVED it. Fun to grow.
11 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful huge blooms, amazing
What are the cons? Nothing to dislike!
What a great addition to the garden! Huge blooms and towering heights! The center of the flower has fascinating patterns that make it hard to look away.
9 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? So easy to grow!
What are the cons? I have nothing to dislike!
I plant these directly in to the ground on Jan.1 and they growing pretty much all on there own with little help from me. My largest sunflower was 9'8!!! Yes almost 10 feet tall. These are the most amazing sunflowers I have ever grown!
18 out of 18 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? A self-sowing plant
What are the cons? plants sprout in the lawn
I originally planted several sunlower varieties inluding Titan almost 7 years ago...The display was beautiful and even caused a few drivers to just stop in the middle of the road and stare.
My largest Titan head was defintely 24" and atop a 14' stalk...it took a handheld tree pruner for me to harvets the heads and cut down the tree-like stalks. My yard is filled with birds and rusty-patch bumble bees. I wish I could share photos. The plants are easy to grow; I grow transplants and sink the hairy stems deep like my tomato plants...they grow tall thick stalks. This year I will plant them as a thick, privacy fence around my yard. tall plants in back and 2 foot plants around my front yard.