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How long after a sunflower blooms does it produce seeds?

Answer:

Sunflowers usually take a few weeks to a couple of months to produce seeds. You'll know that the seed heads are ready for harvest when the heads become droopy with the weight of the seeds and the back of the flower changes from a pale yellow to tan.

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