Share Your Sunflowers!
Join the Sunflower All Stars! Win a Prize!
- Email your description, photo and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Describe what you do to love & protect the Earth!
- Include a photo of yourself with your sunflowers in bloom.
- To receive a prize, please include your name, street address, city, state, and zip.
Look at the Butterfly Project at Blackwater Regional Library in Virginia. Children that visited the library could observe the caterpillars growing and changing into butterflies, and also choose a children’s book about butterflies to read at home. Blackwater Regional Library was sponsored by International Paper – Franklin Mill.
This took me all summer to grow! Haha. I love earth and nature. I love gardening with my dad. We grow veggies and flowers. And we use to grow a lot of sunflowers. Different colors and sizes but after this we are going to grow them again now.
Brianna planted this seed late August. We were surprised that it still bloomed with it getting cold. Brianna is only 5 but loves to help in the garden.
My name is Julian, and i am 7 yrs old. I planted a sunflower at school last year, and i got it to sprout. I like helping my mom and dad plant seeds in the garden. I like to pick up trash at the park that people leave to keep the earth clean too. I am happy my flower grew.
Hi thank you for the sunflower seeds. I planted them in the beginning of June when I received them from my teacher. I had a lot of fun planting flowers. My name is Aspen. I was in kindergarten last year.
Owen and I planted our seeds in late May and watched them grow all summer long. Finally at the very end of August, they bloomed! Sunflowers grow very tall; Owen posed for this photo on a ladder!