I’ll be growing plenty of sunflowers…

next year including the wonderful Ring of Fire, which did so well this year.

As I’ve done in recent years they’ll be grown in support of the The Big Sunflower Project, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

I recently updated my webpage there writing about how I did with sunflowers this year and what varieties I’ll be growing next year.

I’m also hoping that I’ll have some blooms to enter at the horticultural society’s annual show in early September.

Have a good weekend!

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19 Responses to I’ll be growing plenty of sunflowers…

  1. Jo says:

    Sunflowers are such happy flowers, they’re sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face.


  2. Liz says:

    I enjoyed your posts on The Big Sunflower Project website. The sunflower photos are lovely. Thoughts of summer!


  3. Lovely to see on this dismal day and a smashing way to raise money for charity. x


  4. CJ says:

    What a beautiful photo. And lovely to remember what summer looks like! I really love the dark red ones, although I know you’re not keen, and I think I shall try and grow some of them next year. CJ xx


  5. Its good to start planning next year! Xx


  6. nikkipolani says:

    Wow, what a surprising sunny photo for this late in December! When is peak season for your sunflowers?


  7. jade says:

    Ring of Fire is indeed a wonderful variety. You are not only a keen sunflower grower but a very successful one I dare say, Flighty!
    I’m sure you could easily get some nice blooms for next year’s show!
    Thanks and same to you!


  8. With their gorgeous colour sunflowers always bring a smile to my face 🙂
    Enjoy your weekend.

    All the best Jan


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  10. snowbird says:

    What a lovely sunflower.xxx


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