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Annuals such as dwarf sunflowers and California poppies produce flowers quickly and can grow in deeper containers, Zagory noted.
The area along the river in Santee contains nearly 1,100 acres of habitat for native plants, such as barrel cactus and sunflowers and animals from sunfish to sparrows.
With a couple clicks of the button at the bottom, this surprisingly creamy formula delivers a hint of tint and way more than a hint of conditioning oils like that of Tahitian coconut, sunflower and chia seed.
While students were eager to plant sunflower seeds in compostable cups and watch chicks hatch from eggs, the petting zoos proved to be the most popular attraction.
The other team is making line drives as routine as spitting sunflower seeds.
Milk cartons litter the cafeteria table along with packets of sunflower seeds, yogurt and trays of chicken and rice.
Avoid this by buying black oil sunflower seeds, which many birds prefer, or put a tray under the bird feeder to catch any errant seed.
These include omega-3s, such as those found in salmon and sardines, as well as monounsaturated fats present in avocado, walnuts, almonds and sunflower seeds.
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Definition of sunflower for English Language Learners
: a tall plant that has very large yellow flowers and that produces seeds which can be eaten
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