Sunflower Lion’s Mane
GENUS: Helianthus SPECIES: annus
Heritage Status: New Zealand
Number of Seeds: 30
Description: Annual (2m). Vege Companion The most stunning sunflower I’ve ever seen with it’s huge shaggy lion’s mane head, and 20 smaller heads all down the stem. These beauties came into this land with the Dalmatian gum diggers and they are loved by the bees and all who see them. If planted in a row they make a hedge of solid flowers!
Planting Instructions: Plant seed into trays in spring. Prick out to 2.5 cm diagonal spacing and transplant when 6 cm high at 40 cm diagonal spacing.