Sunflower

A bird, or some other creature, dropped a sunflower seed in the garden.
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Every spring I intend to plant a few sunflowers, but never do.  Thanks, bird!
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  1. Such a surprise to receive a gift in your garden like this sunflower.
    Happy weekend!

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    1. It was indeed a fun surprise. Happy weekend, Janneke!

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  2. What an obliging bird. Love sunflowers. This spring I planted some Tithonia, not exactly the same, but close.

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  3. I usually end up with a few birdseed sunflowers, too. :o) Birds have excellent taste in flowers.

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    1. Unfortunately they also like blueberries and figs, but that's a different issue. ;^)

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  4. It looks like a big one! Will you eat the seeds or leave them for the birds?

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    1. I think the birds will get them, which is only fair!

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  5. I have stopped growing sunflowers because in the only good spot for it, they shade too many other perennials. But I miss them every summer!

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    1. You may end up with a volunteer some summer, if you have a neighbor with a bird feeder. :)

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