Christine J
Christine J
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  • Cleveland, OH

Sunflowers 2013


These are this years crop transplanted to the front yard from last years crop....I threw some seed in the ground before the first frost last year and these are what sprouted up....happy planting
evening sun mix
evening sun mix
opening up....
opening up....
German origin
German origin
8 foot 3 inches....
8 foot 3 inches....

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  • Christine J
    on Jul 31, 2013

    Thank you for the comments. These flowers are from last years harvest. I grew them behind my house last year and when I harvested them and the birds ate them we had spread the seeds around in the ground. In May of this year I had about 12 originally sprout up. I transplanted these to the front yard. Yes Natalie I buried some in the ground right before the frost. Plus as the birds were eating them the were spreading them around with them. I also have the yellow finches in my yard I love watching them eat. I will try to get a pic of one.

  • Natalie Scarberry
    on Jul 31, 2013

    Thanks, I'll be trying this in my yard this year.

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