Flowers Sunflowers
Sunflowers
Sunflowers
Johnny's offers a splendid selection of open-pollinated, hybrid, and pollenless sunflowers with diverse colors, heights, and flowering and branching habits. For an extended harvest of cut flowers, succession-plant single-stem varieties with varying days to bloom. Branching sunflowers produce more plentifully over a longer harvest period. To compare petal and disc color, branching and flowering habits, along with a number of other traits, see our Sunflower Comparison Charts.
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New
Florenza
New! Excellent stem quality for cut flowers.
75 - 85 Days
New
Sunrich Limoncello Summer
New! Vibrant new addition to the Sunrich Summer series.
50 - 60 Days
New
Goldy Double
New! Fully-double, bright golden flowers.
85 - 95 Days
New
Sunrich Lime
New! Vibrant new addition to the Sunrich Series.
60 - 70 Days
Reminiscent of fall leaves.
90 - 110 Days
High-yielding sunflower for edible gray-striped seeds and bird food.
High-yielding, early sunflower for delicious, gray-striped, edible seeds and bird food.
68-71 to flower, 100-110 for seed
Orange petals and a dark disc.
Orange petals and a dark disc.
50 - 60 Days
3-4" flowers are deep red with brown disks.
3-4" flowers are deep red with brown disks.
50 - 60 Days
Slightly larger blooms than Sunny Smile.
50 - 60 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Soraya
First sunflower to win an All-America Selections award.
77 - 91 Days
Outstanding cut sunflower.
90 - 110 Days
Exciting new addition to the ProCut series.
Exciting new addition to the ProCut series.
50 - 60 Days
Nearly-white petals surround lime green centers.
55 - 60 Days
Ten days earlier to bloom than the standard Sunrich Series.
Ten days earlier to bloom than the standard Sunrich Series.
50 - 60 Days
Versatile sunflower for field or container.
65 - 75 Days
Highly uniform sunflowers.
Highly uniform sunflowers.
60 - 70 Days
Darkest red sunflower with long-lasting blooms and wild look.
60 - 65 Days
An early bloomer with great color and habit.
50 - 60 Days
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