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- Thursday, January 25, 2007
Reviewed By: mariel (chardon, ohio)
I thought that I had the most beautiful sunflowers around. My neighbor advised me what to use for fertiziler so away I went, my plant had to have been at least 20 ft high, it sure was beautiful but it didn't have the multides of flowers yours have ,I plan to try my mixture plus your seeds and see what I come up with this summer.
- Friday, April 06, 2007
Reviewed By: Veronica Myers-Fuqua (Abbeville, Alabama)
My 6 year old and I planted this in different area of our yard. Due to the drought we experienced last year in our area our plants, etc. didn't due well at all. This year after we had all of our bushes removed, then amended the soil and I started planting all new plants & flowers, I noticed all of the sunflowers are coming up we had planted last year. I sure was surprised and happy. All of the plants are several inches tall and I can't wait to see them bloom. We live in zone 8.
- Thursday, September 06, 2007
Reviewed By: Suzanne (Kimberton, Pennsylvania)
Purchased several of these last year. No flowers last year. This year, the plants returned, are very green and tall (probably 8 or 9 ft. high) but no flowers, no way. Disappointed.
- Friday, September 14, 2007
First year Flowers!!
Reviewed By: Dean (Westminster, Colorado)
I recently expanded my large perennial garden to include a full sun strip along my back fence. I wanted to blunt the privacy fence with some tall plants as a backdrop. Not only did these maximillians grow to 9 plus feet the first year, but they bloomed profusely for first year plants. I can't wait for next year.
- Thursday, February 07, 2008
Reviewed By: Janine (Monroe, MI)
We back onto farm fields so I planted these low maintenance flowers in a back corner to brighten the area. They reach about 8 ft. each year & are full of blooms. We discovered you can seed an area simply by cutting a bunch of canes with seed pods & laying them on the area to be seeded. Needs to be thinned/managed like bamboo!