Is it possible to replant sunflowers after being cut?

nina_briannaSeptember 11, 2009

My boyfriend bought me some beautiful sunflowers today that had been dyed red...and i decided that i want to keep them for as long as i can. though i know the color won't stay.

i would like to plant them in the ground, but i was wondering if that is even possible since there are no roots.

i heard that you could split the end of the stalk and in a sense make new roots....but i'd like to know if that is true and would even work.

if it is possible, does anyone know of a way?

thank you!

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morz8(Washington Coast Z8b)

Nina, there really is no way to root these, enjoy them in a vase.

If you would like to make a tradition of growing annual sunflowers, they are easy from seeds sown in Spring and seeds are available for red flowered varities. Helianthus annuus Claret is one...

    Bookmark   September 14, 2009 at 11:06AM
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