Growing Sunflowers? Use Harris Sunflower Seeds!
• Clean, pollenless varieties
• Single stemmed
• High density production
• Range of maturity dates
Sunflowers for Retail,
Roadside, & Markets
• Dwarf garden varieties
• Cut flower types for mixed bouquets
• Range of flower forms & colors
• Dwarf types for gardens
• Tall varieties for hedges, backs of gardens, & cuts
• Range of flower forms & cuts
Late spring is the optimal time for planting sunflower seeds. These annuals are a gardener's delight because they are easy to sow, easy to grow and come in a variety of heights, colors and maturities.
Dwarf sunflowers are perfect for pots, containers or in an annual garden border. Add color to your garden by planting dwarf sunflower seeds amongst the vegetables. Some dwarf types include Sunbright Kids sunflowers, Firecracker sunflowers, or Teddy Bear sunflowers.
Tall sunflowers are wonderful to fill in the back parts of gardens or against a fence. Tall sunflowers can even be used as an annual hedge in larger surroundings. These sunflowers attract butterflies and songbirds! If you are looking to cut some of these beauties to take inside for indoor enjoyment then you will want to consider Mammoth sunflowers, Giant Sungold sunflowers, or Ring of Fire sunflowers for a burst of color. We also offer a variety of pollenless sunflowers for growing and cutting.
You might want to consider a sunflower collection which contains flowers for gardens and for cut flowers. Our Sunflower Garden Collection contains 5 different varieties ranging in height. The Sunflower Cut Flower Collection contains 5 tall varieties, perfect for use in the backs of gardens or as a cut flower.
For more information on sunflower varieties and planting sunflower seeds refer to this Harris Seed Chart.