Teddy Bear Sunflower

Helianthus annuus | SKU: 0326 P100
4 Reviews
$3.75
  • Annual flowers
  • Plants grow to 18-24 inches tall
  • Golden yellow double blossoms are 4-6 inches across
  • Great for cut flowers
  • 75 days

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Item Details

(H. annuus) Beautiful double 4-6" golden-yellow blooms are great for cut flowers. Makes an excellent border in front of larger sunflowers. A favorite with children. Dwarf plants grow only 18-24" tall. Annual, 75 days.

Learn to Grow Teddy Bear Sunflower

Direct Seed: 6" Apart

Direct Seed: 1/2" Deep

Germination: 10-14 Days

Rows Apart: 24-36"

Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after last frost. Sunflowers prefer full sun to light shade and well-drained rich soil. Provide support for tall plants.

Ratings & Reviews

4 reviews

3.8

Short, Puffy & Delightful

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These short puffy delightful sunflowers just make me smile every time I look at them. The local wildlife loves them too (bees, birds, & the squirrels will make a meal out of the heads). I will often use them to edge my 3-sisters bed.

Easy to grow, delightful border for full sun garden

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I first saw this variant or its close relative at the Jardin des Plantes in Paris and fell in love! I was so happy to find this at Seedsavers. The center of the bloom starts as a bright chartreuse that transforms to golden yellow. The bees love it too!

So cute and easy to grow!

by

I grew these for the first time last year. They are beautiful and unique plus they are easy to grow from seed. I plan to have these every year.

Not the right seeds or cross pollinated

by

The 2022 seeds were small red, with one or two rows of pedals, not teddy bears at all. Very disappointed.

Seed Savers Exchange Response:
Hi Alex, I'm sorry for your experience with our Teddy Bear Sunflower. I believe you were working with Kathy in Customer Service on the issue. Were you able to provide her with the photos she requested? We would really like to help resolve the issue, so please contact Kathy.
Thank you,
Jody