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Sunflowers & Moon flowers?

Posted by LaurieK123 7b (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 31, 11 at 13:12

Hello

Does anyone know if sunflowers are strong enough to not be hurt by moon flowers/morning glorys?

I was thinking about planting them together and having them climb up the sunflowers.

Thanks


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RE: Sunflowers & Moon flowers?

That's a cool idea. Let us know if it works, and with some pictures.


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RE: Sunflowers & Moon flowers?

One of my neighbors planted sunflowers in a circle and morningglories next to them. The morningglories ran up the sunflowers. They seemed to do fine, but leaned a bit late in the season. I believe she should have planted giant sunflowers, since they have a stronger stalk.


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RE: Sunflowers & Moon flowers?

If they are as strong as the wild ones that grow in my backyard, I'd say yes. I would give the sunflowers a head start though, so that they don't get climbed when they are new.


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