A genuine heat lover, Mexican sunflower sets the dog days of summer ablaze with sizzling orange flowers. A large and imposing plant for the back of the border. Tolerates infertile soil, drought and neglect. Read more: https://www.botanicalinterests.com/product/mexican-sunflower-torch-heirloom-seeds/
Tithonia, Sundance, also known as Mexican Sunflower is so easy to grow from seed. They add so much color to the garden and stand out because they are tall. Be careful when cutting them for flower arrangements; their necks are somewhat fragile. I like to couple them with Blue Delphiniums or something purple and spectacular.
Mexican Sunflower This plant is big and bold -- and perfect for butterflies. Enjoy this easy-care annual's nonstop display of big orange flowers all summer long. Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 6 feet tall and 1 foot wide Zones: Annual Grow it with: South American verbena; the plants look amazing together and like the same growing conditions.