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Traditional sunflowers typically have only one stem, a single flower head, and blooms lasting for only 7–10 days.  Sunfinity Sunflower was cultivated to have many stems with a multitude of blooms and season-long performance, making it truly unique and different from every other sunflower!

Plant Sunfinity Sunflower in a bright and sunny location where it will receive at least 6 hours of mid-day sunshine!  Water Sunfinity Sunflower regularly, especially on hot and humid Summer days.  Sunfinity Sunflower performs best when the soil is kept consistently moist, but not overly saturated.

Although not essential, fertilizing your Sunfinity Sunflower with a balanced water-soluble solution will help to yield even more sunflowers for your garden.

As your Sunfinity Sunflower grows, pinch off old blooms to encourage new flowers and to keep your plant looking tidy!

Sunfinity Sunflower is very pollinator friendly!  Although it produces little pollen and few seeds, it is nectar-rich and offers a great habitat for bees, bugs and birds.  Watch it ‘buzz’ with activity and beauty all season long!

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Let's welcome Spring, together, with some creative DIY!

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Thank you to everyone who joined us for a workshop this year!

We find so much joy in passing on our knowledge and witnessing so much natural creativity. Please check back in the Spring for our next workshop series, and in the meantime happy crafting!