Harvesting sunflower seeds at the moby homestead

April 9, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Flower Gardening


It’s sunflower harvest time here at the moby farm. www.themobilehomewoman.com

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7 Responses to “Harvesting sunflower seeds at the moby homestead”
  1. FishingtheSkyxd says:

    as much as i like sunflower seeds, that looks pretty gross o_e like a larvae nest ._.

  2. georgioUT says:

    I grew about 6 large sunflowers in Ohio and this video was very helpful in helping me figure out when was the best time to harvest the seeds. My flower heads look just like yours, after a week of drying in the garage. Thanks

  3. AliceJasperfan says:

    I just harvested my first sunflower and its a mammoth sunflower type and I had to harvest it early (cause the birds were starting to get at them) but they have the strips on them and are nice and big I didn’t have to dry them out or anything guess its a different brand or something, but yeah got a good 5 hand fulls of sunflower seeds

  4. jerrydff7 says:

    that is so cool!

  5. BanjoMom2 says:

    Sure, you can…. you can roast them in a low heat oven for awhile, like a couple hours on a cookie sheet. Or you can eat them raw. I don’t spray my flowers with anything, just all natural.

  6. LiLtinee says:

    Could you eat them yourself, too?
    Dena

  7. musthavejava says:

    Interesting! You taught me something new; thanks for sharing as always.

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