I planted some sunflowers a while back, and they are all blooming and glorious, about fifteen feel tall. Everything would have been great, except the blooms face directly into my neighbor’s yard, away from my yard. They’re like a bunch of petulant children that won’t face me.
Curiously, the sun sets in the exact opposite direction - away from the bloom, directly into my yard. Until they grew taller than the fence, they didn’t really get any light at all until Noon or so.
Is there any way I can know for future reference which way they will bloom? Something about the seed that can tell me? Is it unusual for them to bloom away from the sun? Can I spin them around right now and replant them w/o killing them?