Tithonia rotundifolia Goldfinger| Mexican Sunflower| 100_Seeds

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Here I am offering Seeds from Tithonia rotundifolia Goldfinger, also known as Mexican Sunflower. This plant likes to live in the full sun but can stay alive in partial shade. This flower does well as a dried or preserved flower and that is one reason that it is a very popular cut flower for an arrangement. The birds, bees, and butterflies absolutely love this bloom. Butterflies which have been documented gathering nectar from this plant are the Giant Swallowtail, Pipevine Swallowtail, and Eastern Tiger Swallowtail. This sunflower is grown as an annual all over, but it is a tender perennial in USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 11


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If you are having any buyers remorse after you make your purchase please just write "Return To Sender" on your package and give it back to your mailman. When your purchase returns here a couple days later I will give you a full refund.
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If you have already planted your seeds then it is too late to return them. Please be patient; Some seeds can take over a year before they finally find the proper conditions to germinate.