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Sunflower Culture: Annual/70oF/LD/14 days/sun/direct sow in May or June/space 12-18" apart. Taller varieties may need staking. Early in the growth stage, place a pole at the base of the stalk. As the stem grows, use twine or soft ties to secure it to the stake every 6' or so. History: Some archaeologists believe that Native Americans may have cultivated sunflowers as early as 3000 B.C. Uses: You can leave any remaining seed-heads in the garden for fall and winter visitors. Or you can cut and dry the seed-heads indoors. Throughout the winter months, tie dried heads to trees or to your deck to create feeding stations.

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Peredovik (oil seed) SUNFLOWER 28 g

Retail Price: $8.50

Commercial Russian cultivar used for making sunflower oil; also used as a source of sunflower seed in bird seed mixes. 4–5 ft. stalks, mostly poly-headed. 4–11 in. blooms. Elongated black seeds. Great for feeding wild birds.
  • Catalog #: 05201E

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