Sunflowers in Full Bloom During the Summer in Provence, France 15251
Celebrate everyday with this magnificent sunflower arrangement hanging on your wall captured in Provence, France and which can be ordered as a rolled canvas, mounted canvas on a thin gallery wrap .75" thick or the larger mount, which is our thick gallery wrap mount at 1.5" thick! Of course our logo will be removed when printed.
Summer in Provence is a time when the region's fields are bursting with color and fragrance, as perfumed lavender and dazzling sunflowers are in full bloom.
The sunflower head always points east toward the sun at sunrise. Before they bloom, the sunflower stem will tilt the flower bud to try to receive a maximum amount of sunlight throughout the day. By evening, the sunflower head is always pointing west, toward the sunset. Therefore, prior to blooming, sunflowers will trace a 180 degree arc, tracking the sun’s position throughout the day, from horizon to horizon, sunrise to sunset. Overnight, the sunflower will reset to its original eastward facing position and wait until the morning arrives, ready to follow the sun’s path once again. But once they bloom, sunflowers will no longer follow the sun and are frozen into an eastward-facing position.
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