In the Garden: Harvesting your sunflower seeds
There is nothing like a patch of sunflowers to brighten your garden. Garden expert Charlie Nardozzi shows us how to harvest those delicious seeds.
Sharon Meyer: Charlie, are those rudbeckia or are those little sunflowers?
Charlie Nardozzi: Those are little sunflowers -- that's a new one called Sunbelievable.
Sharon Meyer: Oh, they're cute.
Charlie Nardozzi: Very cute and there are lots of different kinds of sunflowers. They've had a great season but now they're starting to fade a little bit.
Sharon Meyer: The big guys are.
Charlie Nardozzi: The big guys especially. Now if you want to eat sunflower seeds, which a lot of people love, you probably don't want to go with the small multi-headed sunflowers because they have been bred so they don't really produce a lot of seeds.
Sharon Meyer: Those are for cut flowers.