Have you been keeping your eyes peeled for more information about that strange shape on the ground next to the library.
Well here is a clue, can you guess what is happening?
Not all sunflower petals are yellow. There are more than 60 varieties of sunflowers that live across the world--some of these varieties have striped petals. Some sunflowers also have different interior shades.
Inside of a sunflower, it is actually made from smaller flowers; the outer petals are known as ray florets. The seeds in the middle have male and female sex organs and can produce seeds. They self-pollinate or attract pollen from wind and accents.
Got a sunflower that no longer has seeds on the inside? You can use the head of the sunflower as a natural scrubbing tool!
The sunflower is the only flower with the word "flower" in its name.
Keep an eye out this weekend for more information.
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