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Grow a garden filled with the delightful, Annual Yellow Pygmy Sunflower, which will produce lemon yellow petals, which will surround a chocolatey brown centre. The plants themselves only reach a mature height of roughly 1 to 2 feet tall and are perfect for low growing flower beds. Yellow Pygmy is a single stem variety, which means that it will grow upright, displaying one single bloom per plant. The leaves, like most sunflowers, are large and spade shaped, while the flowers measure about 6 inches in diameter.
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Sowing; Sunflowers are not particularly fond of being transplanted, but if started indoors, sow in peat pots, 6 to 8 weeks prior to the last frost. Sow at a depth of 1/2” under topsoil. Transplant entire pots into the garden, or direct sow when the weather is warm and all danger of frost has passed. Stakes may be necessary to support your Sunflowers, only until the stems become strong enough to stand on their own.
Growing; Sunflowers grow long taproots and may rot if the roots become waterlogged. It is recommended to check your sowing area for hard, compacted soil prior to sowing. Renew any hard, compacted soil with a mixture of compost. Sunflowers will enjoy an area of full sunlight for the majority of the day and should be watered daily so that the soil is kept moist until germination has occurred.