What State is Called the Sunflower State?
Sunflowers, which can now be found in many countries, are native to North America. Ironically though, Argentina and Russia have the most sunflowers. They are wonderful flowers not just for their natural beauty, but also for their ability to turn toward the sun. This optimizes their ability to photosynthesize. This is how sunflowers got their name--from the Greek helios "sun" and anthos "flower." A single sunflower head can produce up to 1000 seeds. As the sunflower matures, it stops tracking the sun and stays facing the east.
So, what state is famous for sunflowers and is called the "sunflower state?" You got it Dorothy. Kansas. They have a lot of sunflowers! We celebrate the beauty of sunflowers with Indigo Falls sunflower drinkware collection and our Moodi Bloom collection. We invite you to try our collection!