Sunflowers are a beautiful addition to any garden. Did you know that you can grow sunflowers from seeds in your garden? It’s true!
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All you need is some sun, some water, and a little patience.
How to grow sunflowers
When should I plant sunflower seeds?
Sunflower seeds can be planted at any time of the year, but they are best planted in early spring or late fall.
Step 1: Choose a Location for Your Sunflower Garden
Step 2: Plant Your Sunflower Seeds
Next, you’ll need to plant your sunflower seeds. Start by pouring some warm water into a pot and adding your sunflower seeds. Stir the seeds around until they’re coated with water and then pour the mixture into a planting container.
Step 3: Water Your Sunflowers Seeds regularly
Step 4: Keep the Plants Well-Watered and Fertile So They Grow
Make sure to keep the plants well-watered and fertilized so that they will grow. Fertilize them every few weeks with a diluted solution of water and fertilizer.
How long do sunflowers take to grow?
Sunflowers take about 60 days to grow from seed to harvest.
Step 5: Enjoy Your Sunflowers!
Enjoy your beautiful sunflowers as they grow in your garden!
Step 6: Harvest Your Sunflowers When They’re Ready
When your sunflowers are ready, you can harvest them by picking them up by the stem and pulling them out of the ground. Be sure to compost your sunflowers after you’ve harvested them.
Sunflowers are a great way to add color and beauty to your garden, and they’re easy to grow from seeds. Keep the plants well-watered and fertilized, and be sure to harvest them when they’re ready.
Enjoy your beautiful sunflowers!
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