This non-gmo, open-pollinated sunflower seed is good for pressing for oil, feeding birds or chickens, or just planting a whole lot of sunflowers around your garden. If you have ever been surprised by the sight of an entire field of sunflowers, you've most likely seen these. A tallish (6-8 feet) yellow sunflower. Beautiful in the garden. The flowers are large enough to be impressive, but not so big that you only get one or two flowers. Makes lots of black seeds that are smaller than the kind sold as snacks. They are high in sunflower oil for culinary use. (Counter-top presses are now available if you would like to make your own vegetable oil). Beloved by birds--these are the expensive black seeds that they sell for bird feeders. A great garden sunflower. You can cut the flowers at maturity, dry and hang as bird feeders, and I plant them around my chicken run for a chicken treat.