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Katie found sunflowers at OSH that had several blooms on a single stalk. She fell in love, but couldn't afford them, so she asked me to plant her some seeds. My seeds are all the plain old standard variety. I didn't know there were any that would do that multi-blossom thing. Anybody know what variety they might be? Or, is there a way to make regular sunflowers produce multiple blooms?
They are called poly headed sunflowers. Here is an example.
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Perfect! Thank you. I'm off to find seeds, now. YEE-HAH! Johnny's has them.Mikesgardn wrote:They are called poly headed sunflowers. Here is an example.
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