This sunflower project is led by the Dunwoody Woman’s Club with collaboration from the Dunwoody Community Garden. The project involves planting sunflowers in public spaces or private gardens with the goal of beautifying the environment, promoting sustainability, and creating habitat for pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Sunflowers are known for their vibrant yellow petals and tall stalks, which can create a stunning visual display when planted in mass.
Dunwoody can benefit from planting sunflowers for several compelling reasons.
- First and foremost, sunflowers are known for their stunning beauty, with their vibrant yellow petals and towering stalks adding a burst of color and vitality to the local landscape. Sunflower patches can create a picturesque scene that can boost community aesthetics and provide a visual treat for residents and visitors alike.
- Additionally, sunflowers are beneficial for the environment as they attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies, supporting local ecosystems and promoting biodiversity.
- Sunflower projects can also serve as a sustainable initiative, as sunflowers are relatively low-maintenance and can be grown without the use of harmful pesticides, making them an eco-friendly option for enhancing the local environment.
- Lastly, sunflower projects can foster community engagement and involvement, providing opportunities for residents to come together, collaborate, and participate in a shared endeavor that promotes civic pride and a sense of ownership over the community’s natural surroundings.
Click here for the Site Requirements, Planting, and Maintenance Guide
Please email [email protected] for questions on site selection, plant pickup information, etc.
Please email [email protected] with questions about planting and maintaining sunflower plants.