Though the world’s largest flowers are often confined to remote rainforests and occasionally botanical gardens, the more common sunflower is—undeniably—a huge flower.
When given room, sun, and ample water, sunflowers can grow 12 feet high and more than two feet in diameter.
Whether common or rare, these giant flowers stand as vibrant—and sometimes smelly—testaments to the diversity of the natural world.
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