You Can Plant Mexican Torch Sunflowers That Have Bright Orange Petals

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If you’re looking for a flower that grows well with your not-so green thumb, sunflowers are the plant you want to pot considering these types of flowers bloom with very little attention.

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Rather than the typical yellow sunflower, think orange!

Enter: The Mexican Torch Sunflower.

The sizzling orange sunflower with bright orange petals that might just outshine the sun, a genuine heat lover, and the attitude of a cat, this flower likes to be left alone at times.

A plant made for the 9-5.

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In fact, it even tolerates infertile soil and drought alongside its low maintenance charm.

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Decorated with a yellow to orangish colored middle, this type of sunflower is no stranger to bees and especially butterflies, all while sitting pretty in the backyard.

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With petals that can grow as long as 3 inches, expect this plant to tower over the others in height.

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Simply plant in the backyard or decorate alongside the driveway and watch the neighbors across the street glance in awe.

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You can find the seeds for this striking, orange colored sunflower online thanks to Etsy shop owner @ZellajakeFarmGarden, for less than five dollars to plant this summer season; green thumb who?

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