This hardy sunflower grew from seed spilled from a bird feeder. Sunflowers are American natives, and are grown for beauty as well as harvested for seed. We usually see them face to face, but in this image, we see one lowering its head as if in contemplation, and we are the bystanders.
An annual plant, sunflowers have big, daisylike flower faces of bright yellow petals and brown centers that ripen into heavy heads filled with seeds. Sunflower plants are tall and coarse, with creeping or tuberous roots and large, bristly leaves. Some sunflowers grow to over 16 feet in height though there are also varieties today that have been developed for small spaces and containers. Most are heat and drought tolerant and don't like soggy soil. They make excellent cut flowers and many are attractive to bees and birds.
One of many beautiful photo artistry pieces created by me, each piece one of a kind. In situ/in context images are not to scale, for design purposes only.
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