How Long Does It Take Sunflowers to Bloom?

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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.
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