In addition to being drought-tolerant, sunflowers need at least six hours of direct sunlight each day.  

To determine the amount of water that your sunflowers need, start by measuring their growth rate. 

Sunflowers require more water during dry periods, while those that get plenty of rainfall will need less. 

Once you have prepared the soil for your sunflower seeds, you can plant them. 

One of the signs of overwatering is drooping leaves. 

A few tips for watering sunflowers correctly are listed below.  

You should fertilize your sunflowers with a special fertilizer designed for sunflowers.  

How Much Water Do Sunflowers Need?