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Did you know that this plant is a multipurpose plant? Because of its tiny flowers, this plant feeds and attracts pollinators. Its leaves have been used to treat lung infections and fever. Its sprouts also have nutrients and enzymes. It is healthy and delicious. 

  • Right time.
  • Know when is the right time to plant this seed. It requires a bit of waiting. Plant the seeds when the soil is warm. Sunflowers germinate when soil is at 70 degrees F. Before this reaches this degree, you better plant your seeds out. 

  • Right shade.
  • Sunflowers need the full shade of sun. A lot of sun. As much as this one needed so much sunlight, it also needed so much water to sustain its containment. But this plant still maintains the soil moisture that is why this is guaranteed until winter. 

  • Right location.
  • Finding the right location is the top priority of this plant. Taking care of our dear plants includes where we would like to place it. Sunflowers can be indoor or outdoor, but this plant needs to be in a root space. The key is to put the sunflowers to the ground to grow rich and it must be free in rocks so nothing will inhibit it from growing. 

  • Right Soil
  • Sunflowers do really grow in a loamy soil. If you really love sunflowers, you better check the soil you used for it. Unlike other plants, they can survive in many ways, but sunflowers need to have nice soil. 

  • “Nah ah” for wind attack.
  • When the sunflower grows, it becomes more vulnerable. It is recommended to place this plant near your fence or wall to protect it from the wind. Adding support while the roots are still young is needed for this. This is a must-tip for sunflowers.