Growing Sunflowers

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The Gardener's Network - Vegetable Gardening and Flowers: How to ... __ "Some folk see a Sunflower as a flower. Others see it as a vegetable. It is of course both, a beautiful flower and a great vegetable! Healthy, nutritious and attractive, Sunflowers have it all." Brief overview and growing tips. - From -

Growing sunflowers __ Basic growing information with a list of cultivars and links to related materials. - illustrated - from -

How to grow strong sunflowers plants __ You will find general advice on the growing of sunflowers. - From - the real gardening site for people who love sunflowers __ Some good information. - From - 

Sunset: Sunflowers that make the cut - smaller and easy-to-grow ... __ "In fact, the trend in sunflowers is toward smaller, more manageable varieties bred for cutting. Although many of these plants can still get quite tall (8 feet is not uncommon), a few varieties never get bigger than 3 feet, making them perfect for small spaces and even containers." Lots of good information including seed sources and more. - From - 


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