Post by heavyhitterokra on Jul 26, 2020 20:00:51 GMT -6
Last year, I had a Mammoth Sunflower plant that did extremely well, so I saved seeds from it and replanted it this year. Unfortunately, the deer ate almost all of them, but of the few that survived, this one has particularly interesting merit. First, branching okra ... Now, branching Mammoth Sunflowers. I'll definitely be saving seeds from this one.
This same plant is putting on double and triple seed heads at the end of each branch. It will be very interesting to see what this turns out like. Anyone have any idea how to keep the birds off of this thing until it matures?