The Sunflower Garden Collection includes many of our favorite sunflower varieties for interplanting in the vegetable garden or using to add beauty to any landscape. This collection contains sunflowers of all sizes. Dwarf varieties are great for creating dimensional plantings with the taller varieties. The standard varieties typically reach 5-7 tall and the giant sunflowers can get as tall as 12′. Stagger the plantings for a beautiful layout of sunflower blooms.
Sunflowers have many benefits for a garden or homestead. They are great for feeding pollinators and attracting beneficial insects. They also work well when grown as a cover crop where they act as a soil-cleanser. Sunflowers may be grown as transplants in our heavy-duty seed starting trays or direct-seeded by hand or with a walk-behind Garden Seeder.
Sunflower Garden Collection Includes:
Joker Sunflower – a hybrid, pollenless variety with beautiful, bicolor flower heads that are great for attracting pollinators or making cut-flower bouquets. 6-7′ tall, branching plants that continuously produce blooms.
Chocolate Cherry Sunflower – a branching sunflower variety that produces rich, dark, beautiful blooms with tones of burgundy and chocolate. Plants grow to 6-7′ tall and bloom for 4 weeks.
Sunspot Dwarf Sunflower – a shorter stalk with very large blooms. Plants are 2-3′ tall with 10-12″ diameter blooms. Great for containers or interplanting in the vegetable garden.
Teddy Bear Sunflower – a popular sunflower variety known for its velvety blooms that attract beneficial insects and pollinators to the vegetable garden.
Santa Fe Sunset Sunflower – a hybrid, pollenless variety that produces elegant flowers with burgundy centers and red to yellow petals. Great for cut flower production or attracting pollinators.
American Giant Hybrid Sunflower – produces massive stalks and blooms for the largest sunflowers you’ve ever seen! Great for creating borders and hedges. Plants grow 14′ tall on average with heads that are 1′ in diameter.