Red Sunflower Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors, In Pots

US $8.10

Red Sunflower Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors, In Pots
— Original Package, 50 Seeds Of Each Pack

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    Red Sunflower Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors, In Pots
    100% Organic Seeds We offer the highest quality 100% organic seeds online at the best price. All our seeds are non GMO and are harvested using sustainable practices. Most folks don’t need hundreds of single crop seeds for their backyard gardens. We offer smaller batches so you can grow different fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices.

    Easy-Peasy Guide to Growing Red Sunflowers

    Alrighty, ready to dive into growing some awesome red sunflowers? Let's make it happen, no green thumb required!

    Step 1: Grab Your Seeds First up, get your hands on some red sunflower seeds. Look for the organic, heirloom, open-pollinated, non-GMO varieties. You can snag these babies at garden stores or online. Just make sure they're fresh and good to go.

    Step 2: Find the Perfect Spot Red sunflowers are sun worshippers, so find a spot that gets plenty of sunshine – think 6 to 8 hours a day. If you're indoors, plonk them near a sunny window or under a grow light. Outdoors, find a sunny spot in your garden or balcony.

    Step 3: Prep the Soil No need for fancy soil here. Red sunflowers are chill with any well-draining, nutrient-rich soil. Mix in some compost or organic fertilizer for extra oomph. If you're using pots, make sure they've got drainage holes at the bottom.

    Step 4: Plant Those Seeds Time to get your hands dirty! Pop your seeds about an inch deep into the soil, spacing them 6 to 12 inches apart. If you're potting them, you can toss a few seeds into one pot, but give 'em some elbow room.

    Step 5: Keep 'Em Watered Red sunflowers like their soil moist but not soggy. Water 'em regularly, especially during dry spells. Skip the overhead watering to avoid mildew. And if they're indoors, give 'em a mist every now and then for some extra love.

    Step 6: Give 'Em a Boost As your sunflowers grow tall and proud, they might need a little support to keep 'em standing tall. Grab some stakes or a trellis to lend a hand, especially if it's windy or they're in pots.

    Step 7: Enjoy the Show Now sit back and watch the magic happen! Your sunflowers will start blooming in about 60 to 90 days, depending on the type. Once they pop, you'll have stunning red blooms to brighten up your space for weeks.

    Step 8: Harvesting Time Wanna save some seeds for next year? Let the flower heads dry out on the plant. Once they're brown and the seeds are good to go, snip 'em off and hang 'em upside down in a dry spot to finish drying. Then, stash 'em in a cool, dry spot until you're ready to plant again.

    Boom, you're officially a red sunflower guru! With a little TLC, you'll be surrounded by these gorgeous blooms indoors, outdoors, or even in pots. Happy growing, friend!