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Sunflower - Lemon Queen

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Germ 7-14 days

Pastel lemon yellow flowers on multi-branching stalks that grow 6-7’. Heads are 6” across with chocolate colored centers and make a beautiful back drop to vegetable, flower and herb gardens. Full sun.

20 seeds

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06/30/2019
Nova C.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Amazing color

Mine have just started to bloom - nice tall plants and great color.

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02/16/2019
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Majestic

These made a nice addition to my vegetable garden in the summer, and now in winter too! I left it up to provide the birds with seeds during the cold months. A truly beautiful flower, many heads on one stalk - the more to enjoy! I love how the bees love them too!

HC
11/12/2018
Heather Crum

Stunningly beautiful sunflower!

This sunflower was by far my favorite of the 5 different varieties I planted this year. It was the birds' favorite as well! All summer, the goldfinches and cardinals ate seeds right from the flower heads!

AH
01/20/2018
Amy H.
United States

Beautiful!

The seeds germinated very well. The plants produced loads of gorgeous flowers that were enjoyed not only in the garden but made great bouquets as well. At the end of the season we saved the seed heads to feed the birds this winter.....they love it!

AH
01/20/2018
Amy H.
United States

Beautiful!

The seeds germinated very well. The plants produced loads of gorgeous flowers that were enjoyed not only in the garden but made great bouquets as well. At the end of the season we saved the seed heads to feed the birds this winter.....they love it!