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Out of Season Ring of Fire Sunflower

Ring of Fire Sunflower

Sunflowers are a cheerful addition to sunny gardens and fresh floral displays. Ring of Fire, with its golden flowers and rust-colored centers, is a real standout among sunflowers. It produces lots of 5-6" flowers on the top portion of very strong, 3-4' stems from midsummer to frost. Plant in full sun. Zones 9-10. Helianthus 'Ring of Fire'

Sunflowers, grown as annuals in northern zones, are very easy to grow. Drought and heat tolerant, they're adaptable to poor soil conditions. They also attract songbirds to the garden. They've long been a favorite of children and adults alike.

  • Zone 5 - 8 (-10° F.)
  • Height ± 25 ft.
  • Shade Required full sun

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  • Botanical Name: Malus domestica Redfree Cultivar
  • Height: ± 25 ft.
  • Spacing: 16' +
  • Depth: Graft or bud union should be just above the soil line. Look for plant depth indicator.
  • Sun/Shade: full sun
  • Pollinator: GoldRush, Sundance, Gala, Golden Delicious, Pristine, Zestar!, plus most crab apples
  • Blooms: early to mid season
  • Form: upright
  • Soil Requirements: good well drained, deep soil that is reasonably fertile
  • Growth Rate: medium vigor
  • Comments: Compared to Red Delicious for fresh eating, Red-Luscious has a more intense, sweet and rich flavor. Its unique balance of acids and sweetness makes it the best apple to slice and dry in the microwave for shouldbedeletedleathershouldbedeleted treats. Perfect for neglected backyards since it is highly resistant to all apple diseases-a breakthrough in apple breeding. Ripens over a 2 week period in early Aug. for easier harvest.

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