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Daffodils in Bloom. 3.18.18
Nope. Not confused. Technically, you made a boo boo paragraph, but in reality, I think most people will know what you meant.
Bad paragraph! Birds are chirping and sunflowers are left standing, just in case you were confused!
Gold finches love sunflowers. I hear them chirping all the time. I leave them standing into the winter for cardinals. My sunflowers are volunteers--have been for 40 years!
Ten to 12 food sunflowers are huge. I'd like to see those.
I've only grown sunflowers once and they were not that tall. I remember my dad growing them when I was quite young, and I remember climbing them. They seemed 10 to 12 feet tall to me, but may not have been.
A pity, Kathy!
I Googled lemon queen.sunflowers annual and this is what I found. It is an heirloom, open pollinator, annual, reseeds.
Helianthus "Lemon Queen" is a perennial. I grew this one several years ago and had it removed when I designed my four axis meditation garden. I think I will put in another one. It was very pretty and attracted butterflies, if I remember correctly. It likes clay soil. I think I will sow some mullein seeds as companion plants. A nice yellow patch in my garden.
Kathy, how tall are yours?
These look perfect for my garden next year .
More people who think that it's a tame rabbit!
My short story: A few days ago, I saw a young man walking with his small son. They stopped where the black bunny was eating, looked at it and talked. I was in the house so couldn't hear what they were saying.
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