Facts  About Wild Sunflowers

Wild sunflowers are native to and symbiotic with environments in Central and North America.

They attract pollinators like bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

Wild sunflowers come from the second largest plant family, Asteraceae, which contains over 20,000 species of plants!

Although sunflowers are not picky about soil, their ideal condition would be fertile, well draining soil.

In order to thrive, they need very specific light conditions.  If their light needs are not met, they will not bloom well.

Wild sunflowers will bloom well into fall- all the way up until the first frosts.

Visit our full blogpost to learn all about wild sunflowers and how to grow them!