Deer at heads off my sunflowers - are they done now ?
Hi everyone !
I Googled up and down and cannot find an answer..... we planted about a dozen sunflowers many weeks ago, they are about 2 feet high, and to make a long story short, deer have eaten the heads right off 4 of the plants at this point. My son and I put up netting so that's good but my question is this...
what do I do now with the sunflowers that have no heads ? Do I just pull them out of the soil ?
I am not sure if sunflowers are intelligent enough to know what to do in a case like this - the plants themselves are thriving, but NO heads
Will the sunflowers start to produce a new head ? or am I out of luck with these ones, and so I just remove them at this point ?
thanks much for any info !