For Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890), the sunflower represented happiness. His now famous series of sunflowers were painted in anticipation of a visit from Gauguin in 1888. These remarkable paintings depict sunflowers in various stages of growth - from bud to bloom and lastly seed - symbolizing the cycle of life.
The Van Gogh sunflower garden is a collection of a beautiful mix of the colors and textures represented in paintings by this master. Sunflowers make wonderful cut flowers as well as pollinator habitats for bees, butterflies, and birds. They will grace your table or landscape with color from mid-summer through fall.
Coverage: 125 sq. ft.
Includes: 15g of 5 seed varieties and growing directions.
Bag dimensions: 7.25" x 3.5"
Made in the USA