Sunflowers

Sunflowers, or professionally referred to as Helianthus, originates from Greek word Helios, which means sun and athnos, which means flower. The sunflower family contains around 70 different members and originates in North America. The common sunflower, Helianthus Annuus, is the most popular form.  Sunflowers are widely know to have a close connection to the sun, as they turn their heads during their lifetime to follow the sun rays around the horizont. Sunflowers are also known for their symmetry based on the Fibonnaci numbers and so called Golden Angle.

Normally growing to the height of around 50 – 400 centimeters. Sunflowers have been in the past used also as medicine and for their oil.

If you want to send someone this vibratn beam of sunshine, order from our selection of sunflower bouquets at SerenataFlowers.com.

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