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Old April 13, 2019   #1
SpookyShoe
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Default Sunflowers

First year growing these. I'm trying the dwarf ones in 2 pots and I was able to sow some of the tall ones in a reclaimed yard waste/compost area. I have absolutely no more room for later sowings right now. I can use a tomato plant area when tomato season is finished for me in late June at the latest. I'm wondering if that's too late to start sunflowers?

The tall ones have catchy names like Apricot Twist, Lemon Sorbet, Moonshadow, Peach Passion, Starburst Lemon Aura, Stella Gold, and Starburst Lemon Eclair.

Wish me luck.
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