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Sunflower, Autumn Beauty
'Autumn Beauty' sunflower.
Sunflower, Autumn Beauty
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Annual Sunflower
'Autumn Beauty'

Helianthus annuus

As its name implies, the petal colors of 'Autumn Beauty' are shades of reds, oranges, yellows, and browns. Sunflowers can be grown in dry or moist soils but thrive in a location that receives full sun.

'Autumn Beauty' will grow forty to sixty inches tall and display its four to six inch blooms from the late summer and into the fall. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 20 seeds.
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Stunning Reds and Yellows
Planted these the second week into June, last week in July the first flower fully blossomed and damn they are pretty stunning, neon yellows with dark reds and oranges. Each stalk has gotten 2-3 flowers
Reviewed by: skipp shelly from St. Johns, Portland, Oregon. on 8/14/2015
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