Hello, God. It's me, Mara.
Last updated 7/7/2022 at 6:56pm
You know Lord, it is so great to see sunflowers - they sprout in a carefree manner all over the world. Pollinated by bees, the plants spring up on the sides of highways, under bird feeders, and across fields, in meadows, and also in prairies. If we plant the seeds to produce a harvest, however, sunflowers need good soil. Well-drained, slightly acidic, nutrient-rich soil "with organic matter or composed," says the Farmer's Almanac, finally produces tasty sunflower seeds, pure oil, and also a livelihood for hard-working sunflower growers, wrote author Patricia Raybon.
We also need "good soil...