Mexican sunflower

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Synonyms for Mexican sunflower

any plant of the genus Tithonia


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Some aspects of the biology of Mexican sunflower (Tithonia diversifolia).
Key words: Tithonia diversifolia, Mexican sunflower, germination, weed, dormancy, herbicide, seedlings growth.
Grow flowers for cutting PLants that provide a steady supply of colorful summer bLooms for bouquets include perennials such as alstroemeria, purple or white coneflower, coreopsis, gaillardia, gloriosa daisy, scabiosa, Shasta daisy, statice, and yarrow, as well as annuals such as cosmos, lisianthus, Mexican sunflower, and zinnia.
Around the barrel pond there are pots of colourful cannas, colocasia and arum lily Picasso, the hibiscu1s bluebird flowers profusely, with tithonia 'The Torch', an orange multi-stemmed Mexican sunflower.
Try alstroemeria, coreopsis, cosmos, gaillardia, gloriosa daisy, lavender, Limonium perezii, lisianthus, Mexican sunflower, purple or white coneflower, scabiosa, Shasta daisy, yarrow, and zinnia.
Try alstroemeria, coreopsis, gaillardia, gloriosa daisy, lavender, Limonium perezii, Mexican sunflower, purple cone-flower, scabiosa, Shasta daisy, and yarrow (Achillea).
For bold, bright flowers that are tolerant of heat, tithonia or Mexican sunflower is a good choice.
It features a multicolored 'Autumn Beauty' sunflower, which is surrounded by 'Big Bear' sunflowers, orange Mexican sunflowers, golden sneezeweed, white feverfew, rosemary, and 'Green Tails' amaranth.
Has: purple coneflower, cyprus vine, Mexican sage, amaryllis, veronica, four-o' clocks, Mexican sunflowers, coreopsis, trumpet creeper, wild poinsettia, cardinal spear, beauty berry, leather flower, luffa gourd, Japanese plum, birdhouse gourd
I need these seeds like I need a hole in the head,'' Stout admitted as she sorted through her collection of green zebra tomatoes, Eskimo marigolds and orange Mexican sunflowers.
The front two segments are surrounded by a border of orange gerbera daisies, Fiesta del Sol Mexican sunflowers (Tithonia), and Profusion Orange zinnias.
If orange is your color of choice and you have decided to plant orange Profusion zinnias in a sunny bed, offset by orange marigolds and orange Mexican sunflowers (Tithonia rotundifolia), you could also add orange black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta) to the mix.