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(F1) This giant sunflower can reach a height of 14' and the flowers are over 8" across. The pollenless blooms have bright yellow petals with a dark brown disc. Unlike most giant sunflowers the plant has a branching habit so it takes up quite a bit of space. Pollen-free sunflowers were produced as this quality meant even allergic people could have a bouquet of sunflowers on their table, another plus is no unsightly pollen dropping onto the table. This flower will still produce seeds if pollinated by a pollen-carrying bee or insect. Plant in full sun, 1/2" deep, 12" to 18" apart, and keep moist. Sunflowers attract bees, birds, and butterflies. 20 seeds

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    Peggy S.
    Just started them...

    So far I like my Kongs. I have planted both Kong and Gray Mammoth in the garden. The Kong germinated more quickly and with less non viable seeds. They also have larger foliage in the beginning at least than the gray mammoth and so far the birds have left them alone. I'll let you know when they are going strong how they are performing and how the harvest turns out.