Sunflower with bee in field

Sunflower with bee in field

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Caption: Sunflower. Close-up of a sunflower in full bloom amid a field of sunflowers. A bee is foraging among the florets. The sunflower (Helianthus annuus) originated in the USA, was introduced to Europe in 1596, and is now grown widely as a garden ornamental or for its seeds, which yield an edible oil. Flowers can reach 30cm in diameter and have a characteristic spiralling pattern of florets. An annual species, the sunflower can grow from seed to several metres tall in just a few months. The tallest recorded example measured 7. 6 metres. Photographed in Provence, France.

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