Mammoth Grey Stripe sunflowers are probably the most iconic of all tall sunflowers, producing the delicious grey and white striped seeds that may take you back to your childhood. These sunflowers are very popular with gardeners, including those in the younger set. This sunflower is also known as Comb Flower Mammoth Grey Stripe, Golden Flower of Peru Mammoth Grey Stripe, and St. Bartholomew’s Star Mammoth Grey Stripe.
- full sun
- 6.0 to 6.8
- 1 to 10
- 12 to 18 inches
- 1 inch per week
- direct sow
- grows up to 12 feet tall
- flower diameters can reach 10 inches
- attracts bees, butterflies, and other pollinators
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