The seeds from this Hopi Nation heirloom have traditionally been used for dyeing wool and basketry fibers in shades of blue, purple, maroon, and black. Eight-ft-tall plants have big main flower heads and many smaller side branch flowers. Seeds are bird favorites.
Approx. 100 seeds per packet
Grown in Potter Valley, Mendocino County, California
Certified Organic by CCOF
Apr 29, 2022
Sep 26, 2021
Beautiful seeds, can't wait to plant then!
Aug 8, 2021
Can’t wait to plant these in the spring. Thank you!!
Jun 4, 2021
All of our seeds so far have sprouted! Looking forward to lots of sunflowers this summer!
May 14, 2021
My order was sent out quickly, and I received the seeds exactly as I expected them. If you are purchasing these with dyeing in mind, three packets of seeds yields a light mauve-pink on cotton. There are more economic and colorful dyes out there, but if you are just interested in trying out a heritage dye, it is a fun experiment if you don't have high expectations for the result.