Thursday, July 21, 2011

Does anyone know why one of my sunflowers has mulitiple heads and all the rest just have one?

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China said...

Hi there. I know that most domesticated sunflowers have one head and are usually what we cultivate. In recent years some varieties have "gone wild" and now are cultivated as hybrids. Some of these are more "shrubby" with many multiples of heads. I don't know the hows and the whys, but maybe that can get you started on any further research. Best of luck. (Another Bmom)~China

birthmothertalks said...

Thanks for the info. We bought one sunflower plant and planted it and the next year mother nature decided to put the plants in another location and we have many plants of them but only one has the multiple heads.