This unique hybrid sunflower was bred for the florist market. It has very uniform shape and size with big flat discs and evenly radiating, bright yellow petals on strong stems for excellent cut flowers. The flowers produce nectar that is attractive to bees and other pollinators, but no pollen is produced. That means no mess beneath a vase of cut flowers. Jerusalem Gold sunflowers also produce good sized black seeds. The plants are about 1.6 meters (5.5′) tall with (usually) only one flower each. Plant Jerusalem Gold sunflower seeds to attract pollinators to your organic vegetable garden, and then leave the seeds on the plants for chickadees and other wild birds to forage on.