Sunflower Spot

Sunflower Spot
Where the Sun Meets the Flower

~ Planting seeds for a peaceful existence ~

 

(Photos copyright by 1PlanetPhotography)

Welcome to 1Planet Peace Patch’s Sunflower Spot.  We love sunflowers and grow them in various places in our gardens.

We embrace the symbolism of the Sunflower and hope you enjoy this page all about Sunflowers.

Message of the Sunflowers
Sunflowers have become the symbol of a world free of nuclear weapons. After Ukraine gave up its last nuclear warhead, the Defense Ministers of the U.S., Russia, and Ukraine met on a former Ukrainian missile base, June 4, 1996. They celebrated by scattering sunflower seeds and planting sunflowers. Former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Perry said, “Sunflowers instead of missiles in the soil would insure peace for future generations.   Read more about the sunflower at: Sunflower.

 

The sunflower is also used as a symbol by many Green parties around the world. In March 1983, 27 newly elected Green members of the West German Parliament, the Bundestag, entered the parliament building wearing bright colors and carrying sunflowers. The sunflower, which grows rapidly and produces many seeds, became the symbol of the new party. Pictures of the event were carried in the media around the world and helped inspire others in the U.S. and other places to begin organizing green movements in their own countries.

 

 

Read all about sunflowers:
Waging Peace
Sunflower Project
VegetariansParadise
Kevala
Sunflowers
SunflowerStories
The Sunflower Stop
PCones&Sunflowers
Sunflower.com
Botanical
Echoed Voices
Answers.com
Sunflower Sites with Recipes:
National Sunflower Association
Vegan Society
Sprouting Seeds
Scottish Food Guide
Vegetarian Recipes
Sunflower Newsletter
Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower Project
Open Directory
Organic Sunflower Seed Sites:
For Eating:
True Foods Market
Grandy Oats
Living Treen Community
Local HarvestFor Planting:
SynergyProductionLaboratories
Sow Organic Seed
Seeds of Change
Sprout People

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