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jomelda

i never staked mine, once the seeds starting maturing and the birds starting enjoying them i just let nature take its course. once the seeds depleted, i cut them down to the ground. Occasionally if we had a very mild winter, one or two would come back the next spring but at least here in the DFW area, mine didn't come back. I simply planted new seeds the next spring and started over. cant beat the price--a pack of seeds costs under $2 for sure.

   
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Glenora Francis_Joachim

My giant mammoth sunflowers reaching up into the tropical blue sky..


   
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HU-278925804

South Florida Sun Flowers I wrote to you before and said would add a photo when I could

sorry, it took so long this belonged to her 2016. this year we only made it to 9' thats one plant that made it 9' other toped out at 6'

Don C

   

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