How long does it take sunflowers to bloom?


It takes between 80 and 120 days for sunflowers to bloom. The row of seeds should be spaced 2 to 3 feet apart so that the sunflowers do not grow on top of each other. For the best growth, you should water the seeds 20 days before and after flowering.
Q&A Related to "How long does it take sunflowers to bloom?"
Depends on the type of sunflower. The bigger the sunflower the longer it will take to bloom.
Sunflowers are warm-season annuals that grow naturally throughout the United States, central Canada and northern Mexico, though they may be cultivated in sunny climates across the
Watch. Baby sunflowers will pop up about 1 - 2 weeks after planting. Keep the seedling area weed free and keep watering but other than that, they should not need much maintenance
Mammoth sunflowers will
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