Sunflower Copper Queen F1 Seeds
Ratings & Reviews
These are fabulous …
by Linda Taylor
These are fabulous sunflowers. I grow many varieties and these are by far the best if you want plenty of cutflowers. They have sturdy stems, beautiful even flowers on long stems which last for ages when cut and don't drop pollen. They are yellow rather than the orange colour in the picture but have a faint orangey brown halo. Love them! :)
Planting & Harvesting
Sow & Grow
Sow outdoors, March to May 1.5cm (half-inch) deep in flowering position. Keep soil moist until well established. Thin out allowing 30cm (12in) between plants. Or, sow indoors, March to May in to small pots of compost, water well and place in a cold frame or greenhouse. Keep moist. Gradually harden off before planting out 30cm (12in) apart in May.