£1,000 for 3-storey sunflower

November 2015
Landscaper;Nov/Dec2015, Issue 201, p16
The article mentions that plant specialist Thormpson & Morgan has announced a cash prize for a tallest sunflower competition where the winner was Richard Hope who grew 24 feet sunflower.


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