Titan Sunflower

SKU: 1290A
$3.95 to $18.90

Item Details

One of the tallest-growing, biggest-headed, and largest-seeded varieties available to gardeners. This is the one for impressing your neighbors and winning awards at county fairs. Grow your own backyard giant this year—plants can grow 12' tall with large yellow heads reaching 18-24" across! Edible seeds.

  • 75 days
  • Organic
  • Annual flowers with edible seeds
  • Plants grow to 12 feet tall
  • Flower heads grow to 18-24 inches across

Growing Instructions

Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after last frost. Sunflowers prefer full sun to light shade and well-drained rich soil. Provide support for tall plants.

  • Direct Seed: 6" Apart
  • Direct Seed: 1/2" Deep
  • Germination: 10-14 Days
  • Rows Apart: 24-36"

Ratings & Reviews

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The Most Impressive Sunflower Ever!


If you want something truly magnificent, these are the sunflowers you want! Tall, sturdy (especially when planted in clusters), HUGE flower heads with gorgeous colors! The bees & butterflies are in heaven! Fantastic yields, very few (if any) dead seeds.
Every few years, we turn our entire front lawn into a sunflower forest. So many families stop by to take photos! Neighborhood kids love to watch the growth progress. It brings so much joy! We then thin out the stalks & use them as part of our Halloween walkthrough. Those sturdy stalks will stay up forever.

Disappointing for “Titans”


Every seed in the pack sprouted and survived. They all grew to around 4 feet tall with 3-4 inch wide flowers. Nonetheless they are nice sunflowers. I would be perfectly happy were I not expecting giant plants.

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These produced beautiful sunflowers! Had a great yield and several grew heads over 12". We harvested thousands of seeds that we have already started indoors this year to hopefully have ready for our county fair.