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Default Sunflower bush

I know it's too late this year but I am looking for a certain variety
of sunflower. The kind I'm looking for is more like a large bush with
several miniature sunflowers rather just a central stalk with one
flower on the end.

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I know it's too late this year but I am looking for a certain variety
of sunflower. The kind I'm looking for is more like a large bush with
several miniature sunflowers rather just a central stalk with one
flower on the end.

Thanks


I like Torch a Mexican sunflower. Not only a great flower to see but
the stalk is soft and sensual. Hummers and butterflies like it too.

http://goo.gl/0o4i9

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