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RADIANT SUNFLOWERS

After gladioli, sunflowers are the most important crop for your field. By staggering sowing times, you can have flowers from July to October – and sometimes even into November. These tall sun lovers are a favourite of many customers, with pollen-free sunflower varieties (F1 hybrids) enjoying increasing popularity. These pollen-free hybrids are popular because they have an extended vase life and do not shed any pollen. The seeds should be sown in at least six batches. The later batches should be sown by the end of July. This allows the flowering season of your field to extend into late autumn. As a result, you will have happy, satisfied customers and a higher income over a longer period of time.

Nine years ago, we began the first cultivation trials of our resistant sunflowers. We test our own resistant sunflower varieties on our own trial field and we have made some forward-looking advances in the area of developing mildew-resistant variants.

Extend the season until late autumn!

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Golden Eye F1

Mildew-resistant sunflower. Early F1 hybrid with yellow petals, dark centre, single stem, vigorous growth, similar flowering season to Tourmandine F1. Limited availability, please contact us.

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Prime Sun F1

Mildew-resistant sunflower. Earliest F1 hybrid with yellow petals, dark centre, single stem, vigorous growth, similar flowering season to Vincent’s Choice Tangy F1. Limited availability, please contact us.

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Golden Leaf F1

Mildew-resistant sunflower. Very early F1 hybrid with yellow petals, dark centre, single stem, vigorous growth, flowering approx. 4-5 days later than Prime Sun F1. Limited availability, please contact us.

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Mid Sun F1

Mildew-resistant sunflower. Medium early F1 hybrid with yellow petals, dark centre, single stem, vigorous growth, similar flowering season to Tiffany F1. Limited availability, please contact us.

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Vincent's Choice Tangy F1

Low pollen. Earliest F1 hybrid, intensely coloured, yellow-golden petals with a dark centre, single stem. Less vigorous than Tourmandine F1, flowering approx. 1 week earlier than Tourmandine F1.

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Tiffany F1

Low pollen. Yellow-golden petals with a dark centre, single stem. Mid-early F1 hybrid, flowering approx. 1 week earlier than Sunbright Supreme F1. A week earlier than the Sunbright F1.

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Tourmandine F1

Low pollen. Yellow-golden petals with a dark centre, single stem. Early F1 hybrid, later flowering than Inara F1 and approx. 1 week earlier than Tiffany F1.

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Sunrich Lemon F1

Low pollen. Lemon yellow petals with a dark centre, single stem. Mid-early F1 hybrid.

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Sunrich Orange F1

Low pollen. Yellow-golden petals with a dark centre, single stem. Mid-early F1 hybrid.

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Sunbright Supreme F1

Low pollen. Yellow-golden petals with a dark centre, single stem. Mid-late F1 hybrid, flowering approx. 1 week later than Tiffany F1.

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Schnittgold

Sheds pollen. Yellow-golden petals with a dark centre, late flowering.

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Sonja

Mid-early, small-flowered variety, bright orange petals, highly branched. Ideal cut sunflower for small bouquets.

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