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Sunflower mammoth

 



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Annie's Annuals and Perennials Rare, Unusual & Heirloom Plants (1 product)

Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)
SEEDS - Urban Farmer - A tall plant with massive flowers. The Sunflower Mammoth grows upwards of 12 feet. The flowers will range from 6-15'' inches. This sunflower is very easy to grow and can thrive in poor soil with little moisture. Birds

Sunflower mammoth Grey Stripe


Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)
SEEDS - Botanical Interests - Blooms late summer to fall. 6'-10' tall. Full sun. This is the big one! Native American flower with heads up to 12'' in diameter. Their faces 'follow the sun'. Plentiful seeds for birds and humans! Very fast

Sunflower mammoth Russian


Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)
SEEDS - Botanical Interests - Towering in the garden at 6'-10', these tall plants produce giant flowers reaching 1 foot across. This popular variety has been grown in gardens since the late 1800s. Love it for its magnificent beauty or grow it




 







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