Sunflowers pop up all over the place each summer, they become more abundant once the monsoon season begins here in northern Arizona. They are widely distributed throughout North America, known as Common, Roadside, or Prairie Sunflowers.
Here is the growth of a giant sunflower in my garden, it is over 8 feet tall. This is how it looked as it grew.
Here are a few vibrant wildflowers next to a dirt road I was walking along. The colors this time of year are amazing! The rocky mountain bee plant are a rich nectar source for bees, as well as other insects. They bloom in summer and autumn, along disturbed areas, as well as arid high desert… Read More ON THE ROADSIDE
These sunflowers are painting the landscape everywhere, lately. They face the sun and just make any scene more bright and cheery. Enjoy! More on sunflowers here: WHAT ARE ALL THOSE YELLOW FLOWERS?