No, not MY sunflowers. My sunflowers aren’t wild. We planted them. Back in Texas, sunflowers grew wild everywhere. On the side of the road. In vacant lots. Across meadows and fields. I used to stop and cut them, bringing home armfuls to put in vases in my house. Here, no wild sunflowers. You only have sunflowers if you plant them. And when I tell people about the wild sunflowers in Texas, they look at me like I’m telling them that in Texas they have unicorns blowing bubbles at every street corner. “Somebody must have planted them.” NO! They grow wild!
Texas people, back me up!