The perennial sunflower | Long stalks stacked with bright yellow blooms
Glorious plumes of yellow, studded with 3-inch blooms in neat rows along their tremendous length, arise in late summer on these huge, hardy garden performers. If you like annual sunflowers, take a look at its perennial cousin Prairie Sunflower.
Very easy to grow, Prairie Sunflower reaches 3 to 8 feet tall in the sun. Prairie Sunflower is trouble-free and very floriferous, beginning just as most of the summer color is winding down. What a great way to extend your season in the perennial border.
Excellent for cut flowers or for massed color in the back of the border, bed, or against an outdoor structure such as a shed or fence, Prairie Sunflower is one of the finest, most free-flowering sources of summer color we know. The blooms help carry the garden over the “in-between” season of late summer/early fall, and the tall, vigorous habit keeps the border looking full even as earlier bloomers begin to fade.
Direct sow Prairie Sunflower Seeds in any sunny spot. Not fussy about soil, Prairie Sunflower is hardy almost everywhere—zones 4 to 9—in the contiguous U.S. We think it is a fine plant that should be part of everyone’s garden.
(P)Pkt of 50 seeds
Item Form:(P)?Pkt of 50 seeds
Zone:4 – 10
Bloom Start to End:Late Summer – Mid Fall
Seeds Per Pack:50
Plant Height:3 ft – 8 ft
Plant Width:3 ft – 4 ft
Bloom Size:3 in
Additional Characteristics:Bird Lovers,?Direct Sow,?Easy Care Plants,?Flower,?Free Bloomer,?Long Bloomers,?Season Extenders
Foliage Color:Medium Green
Light Requirements:Full Sun
Resistance:Cold Hardy,?Disease Resistant,?Drought Tolerant,?Heat Tolerant,?Humidity Tolerant
Soil Tolerance:Normal,? loamy