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Chi'gona Yehinna

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  • Helianthus annuus. Apache Brown Stripe.  Also known as Na Lidi Chu. A beautiful large-headed sunflower. Heads are typically 7-10" and the stalk can reach over 10' tall. Seeds are white with brownish stripes. From the San Carlos Apache Reservation, Arizona. Most recently grown out at Ndee Bikiyaa, the People's Farm of the White Mountain Apache Tribe.  Very popular!  From our Seed Bank Collection.

    • Origin: Low desert at around 2600' elevation
    • Approx. 3g/25 seeds per packet.
    • Limit 3 packets.
  • $3.95

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Good, but make sure you protect and stake

Seeds germinated well, but make sure you protect at least the base of the plant. All but one sprout got eaten, so I put up a fence. It grew healthy and tall, but I constructed a poor support system and a storm snapped the plant and killed it. Make sure to invest in proper stake. Soak seeds overnight before planting in order to increase germination rate and speed.

Kathleen Jordan
Great blast from the past

It is awesome to see a resurgence of plants that were grown in the past. So much of our food is genetically modified now so it is a relief that Native Seeds is bringing back the wholesome food of our ancestors. The seeds are easy to grow and grow quickly and beautifully. Thank you for a superb product.