Sunflowers come in many shapes, sizes, colors & textures. Here are some of the varieties that we've planted in our past seasons! Every planting season is a learning experience and we get to know which varieties do well in our field.
I have exquisite, deep burgundy petals surrounding an ebony center. I’m a pollenless, branching variety with 3–6” blooms that are a hit with everyone. My side stems are thinner, yet stronger than most other branching varieties.
I have mahogany red flowers with orange tips and a dark disc.
I have fully-double, bright golden petals that are 5-7” with green-to-yellow centers. I also have minimal pollen.
My flowers have red petals with lemon tips and a dark disc.
I have a unique color combination and mild chocolate fragrance.
I have rich chocolate colored petals with gold-rimmed edges, and a dark disk.
I am a pollen-free hybrid sunflower. My primrose yel- low petals offset my dark brown disk very well.
I’m a Japanese heirloom variety with sturdy 5 - 6 ft. plants with single flower heads. Cut my flowers right before they open for longer vase life, or leave them to fully mature and be rewarded with edible seeds for roasting.
My flowers have long spider-like yellow petals flowing from my dark brown center disk. I’m also borne on single stems and am pollenless too.
I’m one of the tallest, largest seeded, largest headed sunflower varieties you will ever grow. My flower heads are up to 24” across. My extra-large seeds are great for roasting.
I have 3-4” geometric flower heads for use as bouquet greenery. My petals are green at the center, fading to purple. To bring the “sunflower back” look to the forefront, American sunflow- er breeder Tom Heaton bred two innovative varieties (Sun-Fill Green and Sun-Fill Purple) with highly ornamental sepals that wrap the flower face, creating that look typically only found on the back of the flower. Sunflower heads produce very small and few petals, allowing for the calyx to cover the face of the bloom. At harvest, the seedhead develops altering the look of the flower.
I have 3-4” bright green, geometric flower heads for use as bouquet greenery.
I’m dwarf and have a unique semi-double petal type with mauve color that is unlike any other sunflower.
I produce very intense orange flowers with semi-dou- ble petals. I am loaded with flowers due to my branch- ing habit.
I am pollenless and have golden orange petals.
I am a robust branching, pollen-free hybrid. My plant is topped with a magnificent large, long lasting, golden-yellow sunflower with a rich mahogany ring. My side branches produce an additional dozen or more blooms.
My petals are not orange, nor are they red. It’s a color that matches the old bricks in the wall or that terra- cotta pot sitting out in the garden.
I have creamy pale yellow, almost-white petals on a dark center. I also have tall, strong stems and 4–6”, pollenless blooms.
I have nearly-white petals surrounding my lime- green centers. My flowers are 3-4” in diameter and pollenless.
My flowers are red and gold, pollen-free flowers with a velvet dark brown central disk.
My petals with bursting lemon color surround a rich chocolate center.
My flowers show off butter yellow petals blushed with rose.
I am pollenless and have stunning chocolate-burgundy ray petals that surround dark chocolate center disks.
I am aptly named with my perfect upward facing blooms opening with rich overlapping orange petals surrounding a traditional dark disk.
My red to red-orange single flowers are highlighted with a hint of yellow around the centers. Also, my blooms stay for over a very long season, attracting bees and butterflies. Later, my tiny seeds attract birds.