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Mexican Sunflower - Tithonia rotundifolia
The stunning, deep orange flowers of Mexican Sunflower set it apart from other sunflowers. Flowers are up to four inches wide and attract bees and butterflies. This species is native to Mexico and is heat and drought tolerant. Recommended for the back of the border, cutting garden and pollinator garden.
Zones: 1 through 10
Height: Up to 5-6 ft.
Flower Color: Bright Orange
Plant Type: Annual
Light Requirement: Sun
Bloom Time: Summer - Fall
Seeds per Packet: 20 +/-
Seeds per Pound: 45,000
Is this wildflower invasive: No
Is this wildflower endangered: No
Is this wildflower edible: No
Is this wildflower medicinal: No