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Mexican Sunflower Mix (Tithonia Speciosa Mix) – This beautiful flowering mix is grown from Mexican Sunflower seeds. The incredible 3 – 4 inch flowers are excellent for cutting. They also are butterfly magnets, particularly the Monarch butterfly. This Tithonia seed mix begins blooming in July or August and continues until frost. Place Mexican Sunflower plants behind beds or borders where their coarse texture, rangy habit and vivid red, orange, and yellow flowers will stand above less boisterous plantings. Tithonia may grow as a perennial in USDA Zones 10 – 11.
Grow Mexican sunflower seeds mix in USDA zones 4 – 11 as an annual flowering plant grown from tithonia seeds.
Tithonia seed mix will grow to 40 inches tall in no time and produce beautiful red, orange, and yellow 3 inch flowering blooms for your flower garden.
If you are looking to attract beneficial insects as well as butterflies and humming birds then you want to plant Mexican sunflower seeds which are heirloom.
Plant 2 to 3 Mexican sunflower seeds per plant to begin growing tithonia plants.
All sunflower seeds are produced from open pollinated plants and stored appropriately for optimum germination and establishment.