With their gorgeous golden heads that turn towards the sun, sunflowers have become emblems of devotion and admiration. Although popularised by the Dutch artist Van Gogh, these heliotropic hedonists of the floral kingdom originate from the Americas, where they were reportedly venerated by Inca tribes who considered them to be images of their sun god.
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Service rating : quick delivery thank you
Product : sunflowers were a delight -
Service rating : Excellent communication throughout the process
Product : Although the flowers arrived on time, I got to see them the following day and was disappointed by the quality. Th e sunflowers were wilting and obviously past their best.
I cant recommend this arrangement. Photos available if interested
Amazing colour & different. I always buy my mum lilies or sunflowers so this was a magic change she loved them!!
Service rating : All via web. Flowers orderered and delivered exactly on time at a premium..
Product : Regular bouquet a bit bunched up and then 3 extra sunflowers jammed in there. Now dead.
Service rating : A search facility - by type of flowers/price etc would be really useful. I’d like to be able to filter in or out on particular flower types.
Product : My mum loved them! However it didn’t look like the deluxe size had any more sunflowers in it than the standard one - and was filled in with other background filler flowers instead
Service rating : Easy to purchase.
Product : Flowers started to wilt after a few days and sunflowers dropped petals. Roses dried out in appearance after two days. Replacement bunch sent and will wait to see if any better.
Service rating : The best service ever
Product : The sunflowers were just like the picture bought for golden wedding anniversary they were perfect.
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The botanical name of Sunflowers is Helianthus. The Greek word 'helios' means sun and 'anthos' means flower. Sunflowers originate from North America. The Sunflower was cultivated by North American Indians for many years as a food crop. The nutritional value is still the main reason for growing it in many parts of the world. Only recently have we begun to grow sunflowers delivery for decorative reasons.
Most sunflowers delivered are bright yellow with dark brown centres, but varieties are appearing now which have tan, orange, maroon or striped petals, and green-yellow centres. Some are even without the central disc, but are fully covered in petals instead.
Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet