1,728 sunflowers Home Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Richland, OR: Connie and Obbie
Could you tell me what variety of sunflower that is?
the sunflowers among pole beans; they can support each other.
Sunflowers ... Would look nice against hemlocks
Sunflowers should be a garden staple. They support a diversity of insects, and birds
There are also all kinds of insects that take nectar from behind the sunflower and the stems, not just from the bloom itself. An amazing annual flower
“Colourful” — gnanamoonesinghe
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Villa Terra
Summer and sunflowers are a natural pairing
Giant sunflowers . . , always an impressive sight
depth for each seed type.Annuals. Opt for celosia, coleus, periwinkle, sunflower, zinnia, gomphrena, ageratum and cleome.Herbs. Most herbs can be sown this
Sunflowers! Love the yellow. :)...I must have sunflowers in the garden!
“San Jose CA” — hugsandwhiskers
Missouri Botanical Garden
Maximilian Sunflower
Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder Maximilian sunflower / Helianthus maximiliani
Maximilian SunflowerNative to almost the entire U.S.Growing anywhere from 3 to 10 feet tall — shorter in drier soil; taller in wetter — Maximilian sunflower
sunflower (Helianthus maximiliani) is quite adaptable. As with most sunflowers, you’ll want to give it room, as it does like to spread, but you’ll also be
checkerspot and the painted lady placing eggs on its leaves.See how to grow sunflowers
add sunflowers to berm in the back yard
“maxmilian sunflower” — lacie629
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Sheila Schmitz
Bird-planted sunflower. Photo by Sheila Schmitz, Houzz.com
Nothing says summer yellow like a sunflower.
The trap crop: Black oil sunflowers (shown). Sunflowers also attract birds, which eat the seeds and the pests.
at. On the other hand, consider sunflowers free food for birds you may want in your garden anyway. In fact, the sunflower shown here was not planted by the
(Leptoglossus phyllopus)The victim: TomatoesThe trap crop: Black oil sunflowers (shown). Sunflowers also attract birds, which eat the seeds and the pests.
birds seeds, they will often plant a few for you. I am never able to plant sunflowers as well as blue jays can.
convince your brood to become enthusiastic about the vegie patch, let sunflowers win them over. They grow quickly and deliver a happy reward at the end
I will grow sunflowers. I WILL....Sunflowers are more important than I
“Grow sunflowers” — kro64
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Love the colored bottles and sunflowers
Love sunflowers and the colored jars for vases.
bottles with sunflowers...Sunflowers. In vivo...sunflowers for mom's food table?...sunflowers in bottles...sunflower table...colored vases, sunflowers...all the sunflowers!!!!
“The doors to the courtyard” — leighmcgee
RJ Dailey Construction Co.
1 Review
Private Woodside Residence
Sunflower arrangement...Sunflowers and chest...tuscan sunflowers...Sunflowers. Light.
“like the color of stone” — mattashlee
Atlantic Archives, Inc.
2 Reviews
Atlantic Archives Images
one bloom in each vase, and you’re done! Try gerbera daisies, cosmos or sunflowers.
one bloom in each vase, and you’re done! Try gerbera daisies, cosmos or sunflowers.
“bottles lined up with a single flower.” — Left Bank Home
Elad Gonen
1 Review
Where can I find a photo or picture tile mosaic such as this lovely sunflower?
The picture of the sunflower is the perfect home for this tiles bath area.
Another way to go large scale is to zoom in; a closeup of a sunflower is the focal point of this powder room. The fact that the walls, ceiling
ceiling and floor are all covered in the same tile makes the sunflower stand out even more.
Splish-splashing in this bathroom might be equally fun. The homeowners of this sunflower tile mosaic backsplash for the sink certainly believe that a little flower
“yes” — tweaver6
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