Mexican Sunflowers are showy border plants, similar to Dahlias and Zinnias in appearance. This ‘Goldfinger’ variety grows to a height of 70-100cm, with large single orange-gold flowers in mid to late summer, typically July to October. Plants have a bushy and upright form, and the tall flower stalks make good cut flowers. Pollinators love them.
Mexican Sunflowers grow best in a sunny spot and not-too-fertile well drained soil. They are drought tolerant once established.
Pack of approx 200 seeds. Sow under cover in spring and plant out into the garden after the risk of frost has passed. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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