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Organic Lemon Queen Sunflower
Organic Lemon Queen Sunflower


 
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It simply isn't summer with her :)

Her bright butter-yellow heads, massive and ebullient, sway in the breeze mid-summer to frost, with dozens of secondary blossoms on long, strong stems just waiting for your vases.
If you want the tallest sunflowers you've ever seen, sow Lemon Queen with a shovel or three of compost! In average soil, she'll rise eight feet tall; at Fruition Seeds she averages fifteen feet tall. Enjoy the video below! And did you know sunflower petals are edible? Tuck a few in your next salad, you'll be delightfully surprised :)

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Organic Lemon Queen Sunflower

It simply isn't summer with her :)

Her bright butter-yellow heads, massive and ebullient, sway in the breeze mid-summer to frost, with dozens of secondary blossoms on long, strong stems just waiting for your vases.

If you want the tallest sunflowers you've ever seen, sow Lemon Queen with a shovel or three of compost! In average soil, she'll rise eight feet tall; at Fruition Seeds she averages fifteen feet tall.

Also!

Did you know sunflower petals are edible? Tuck a few in your next salad, you'll be delightfully surprised :)

Sow Seeds & Sing Songs,


& the whole Fruition Crew


70 days to flower

Helianthus annuus

The Lovely Lemon Queen Sunflower
Direct Sowing Flowers
Saving Flower Seed!
Threshing Sunflower Heads

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Easy to grow September 24, 2019
Reviewer: Amy Harter from Wayland, NY United States  
Grew a row of these in my vegetable garden this year.  They flourished and are still standing for the birds to now enjoy!

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4 of 5 Great seeds - Hearty Plants February 12, 2019
Reviewer: Paul Johnson from Plympton, MA United States  
The direct sow produced 50 great plants.
The groundhogs that ate them were very appreciative of the natural treat :-( .

I will be planting them again this year with some counter measures for my furry friends.

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