Sunflower Seeds

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If you’re a newcomer to organic gardening, a perfect place to start is with the sunflower. From short to towering, bronze to yellow, these sun loving flowers offer a choice of varieties. We can’t get enough of them and nor can your wildlife – bees love them in flower and birds love them in seed.

They’re also great for getting children to grow their first plant - why not create a bit of competition in the family and see who can grow the tallest? If you’d like to grow a huge sunflower, we recommend starting it off on a windowsill and get it up and g. . . Show More >

If you’re a newcomer to organic gardening, a perfect place to start is with the sunflower. From short to towering, bronze to yellow, these sun loving flowers offer a choice of varieties. We can’t get enough of them and nor can your wildlife – bees love them in flower and birds love them in seed.

They’re also great for getting children to grow their first plant - why not create a bit of competition in the family and see who can grow the tallest? If you’d like to grow a huge sunflower, we recommend starting it off on a windowsill and get it up and growing before finding a nice, sunny, South-facing spot, preferably against a wall to plant out. The most important rule is to make sure it’s got a good, strong bamboo stake – sunflowers are quite fragile, especially when young, so adequate support is essential. They’re best secured with soft twine. Our thoughts then turn to watering and feeding. Keep the ground around it moist and feed every couple of weeks with seaweed extract diluted in your watering can from spring until mid-summer. After mid-summer, switch to comfrey pellets mixed with compost around the base of your sunflower. Finally, remember that once your flower has finished, leave it there for the birds as they will love those seeds!


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If you’re a newcomer to organic gardening, a perfect place to start is with the sunflower. From short to towering, bronze to yellow, these sun loving flowers offer a choice of varieties. We can’t get enough of them and nor can your wildlife – bees love them in flower and birds love them in seed.

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If you’re a newcomer to organic gardening, a perfect place to start is with the sunflower. From short to towering, bronze to yellow, these sun loving flowers offer a choice of varieties. We can’t get enough of them and nor can your wildlife – bees love them in flower and birds love them in seed.

They’re also great for getting children to grow their first plant - why not create a bit of competition in the family and see who can grow the tallest? If you’d like to grow a huge sunflower, we recommend starting it off on a windowsill and get it up and growing before finding a nice, sunny, South-facing spot, preferably against a wall to plant out. The most important rule is to make sure it’s got a good, strong bamboo stake – sunflowers are quite fragile, especially when young, so adequate support is essential. They’re best secured with soft twine. Our thoughts then turn to watering and feeding. Keep the ground around it moist and feed every couple of weeks with seaweed extract diluted in your watering can from spring until mid-summer. After mid-summer, switch to comfrey pellets mixed with compost around the base of your sunflower. Finally, remember that once your flower has finished, leave it there for the birds as they will love those seeds!


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If you’re a newcomer to organic gardening, a perfect place to start is with the sunflower. From short to towering, bronze to yellow, these sun loving flowers offer a choice of varieties. We can’t get enough of them and nor can your wildlife – bees love them in flower and birds love them in seed.

They’re also great for getting children to grow their first plant - why not create a bit of competition in the family and see who can grow the tallest? If you’d like to grow a huge sunflower, we recommend starting it off on a windowsill and get it up and growing before finding a nice, sunny, South-facing spot, preferably against a wall to plant out. The most important rule is to make sure it’s got a good, strong bamboo stake – sunflowers are quite fragile, especially when young, so adequate support is essential. They’re best secured with soft twine. Our thoughts then turn to watering and feeding. Keep the ground around it moist and feed every couple of weeks with seaweed extract diluted in your watering can from spring until mid-summer. After mid-summer, switch to comfrey pellets mixed with compost around the base of your sunflower. Finally, remember that once your flower has finished, leave it there for the birds as they will love those seeds!

If you’re a newcomer to organic gardening, a perfect place to start is with the sunflower. From short to towering, bronze to yellow, these sun loving flowers offer a choice of varieties. We can’t get enough of them and nor can your wildlife – bees love them in flower and birds love them in seed.

They’re also great for getting children to grow their first plant - why not create a bit of competition in the family and see who can grow the tallest? If you’d like to grow a huge sunflower, we recommend starting it off on a windowsill and get it up and growing before finding a nice, sunny, South-facing spot, preferably against a wall to plant out. The most important rule is to make sure it’s got a good, strong bamboo stake – sunflowers are quite fragile, especially when young, so adequate support is essential. They’re best secured with soft twine. Our thoughts then turn to watering and feeding. Keep the ground around it moist and feed every couple of weeks with seaweed extract diluted in your watering can from spring until mid-summer. After mid-summer, switch to comfrey pellets mixed with compost around the base of your sunflower. Finally, remember that once your flower has finished, leave it there for the birds as they will love those seeds!

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