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Latin name: Helianthus sp. Distributed worldwide, some forms grow to be 12ft (3m) high. They are generally a large solitary blossom with yellow ray flowers and a large seed disk. Annual flowers, they are grown commercially for their seeds.

Sunflower head in field, close-up

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Latin name: Helianthus sp. Distributed worldwide, some forms grow to be 12ft (3m) high. They are generally a large solitary blossom with yellow ray flowers and a large seed disk. Annual flowers, they are grown commercially for their seeds.
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