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The Titan Sunflower is one of the largest sunflowers you can grow in your garden and is a contender to win state and county fairs for its impressive size. This heirloom variety lives up to its name for its massive heads that can grow up to 2′ wide and sturdy stalks that can reach over 12′ high. The Titan produces large seeds that are perfect for roasting for a delicious snack that is rich in fiber. Helianthus annuus. 75 Days To Maturity

50 seeds per packet

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The Titan Sunflower is one of the largest sunflowers you can grow in your garden and is a contender to win state and county fairs for its impressive size. This heirloom variety lives up to its name for its massive heads that can grow up to 2' wide and sturdy stalks that can reach over 12' high. The Titan produces large Seeds that are perfect for roasting for a delicious snack that is rich in fiber. Helianthus annuus. 75 Days To Maturity.

The Titan Sunflower is a great variety for attracting pollinators and feeding the native bee populations around your garden. The yellow petals do a great job of providing visual cues for pollinators, and the dark brown centers are full of pollen to feed them. The Seeds can also be harvested for roasting once the sunflowers are done blooming and the heads have dried.

Titan Sunflower can be direct-seeded or transplanted. Direct-seeding can be easily done with a walk-behind planter like our Hoss Garden Seeder. We recommend using a #3 seed plate and modifying the hole size to fit the variety being planted. Sunflower seed size can vary greatly from one variety to the next, therefore it’s important to always calibrate the seed plate hole size for the variety being planted. Sunflowers grow well when planted on double rows with drip irrigation. Lay one row of drip tape and plant on both sides of the tape to maximize garden space.

Sunflowers also perform well when transplanted. They grow great in our heavy-duty seed starting trays. Transplants are ready to go in the ground when plants can be easily pulled from the seed starting trays. For increased storage potential, harvest sunflowers when blooms are closed. Blooms will then open when cut and placed into a container with water.

Titan Sunflower Planting Information

Planting Method: transplant or direct seed

When to Plant: after last frost

Planting Depth: 1/2"

Seed Spacing: 6"

Row Spacing: 2-3'

Days to Maturity: 75

Disease Resistance: None

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James Raley
Sunflowers

I grow these each year in rows with my corn and other vegetables they add much color and help with polination.