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Note: This Article is about Sunflower, for the Plant Hero counterpart, see Solar Flare.

Sunflower can't resist bouncing to the beat. Which beat is that? Why, the life-giving jazzy rhythm of the Earth itself, thumping at a frequency only Sunflower can hear.
~ Sundlower's description from the first game.
I'm just a sunflower but see me power an entire infantry
You like the taste of brains, we don't like zombies
~ Sunflower in Zombies on Your Lawn music video.

The Sunflower is one of the main protagonists of Plants vs. Zombies franchise. She is a plant that can produce sun overtime to help the player fight the zombies.

In the credit music video Zombies on Your Lawn, she was voiced by Laura Shigihara, the former composer of the franchise.

Appearance

Sunflower is a plant that has sixteen yellow petals on her brown face, which includes black eyes and a smile. Her body is a green stem with four leaves as legs to help her moving around.

History

Plants vs. Zombies

She first appeared after the players completed Player's House - Day 1. In the next level, the game gave the Players instructions about her, as see can produce 25 suns in seven seconds.

In the credit music video, Sunflower appeared and sang the song "Zombies on Your Lawn", with many zombies dancing around her.

Sunflower can be upgraded to the Twin Sunflower after Level 3-4, after the Players bought Twin Sunflower's seed packet.

Plants vs. Zombies 2

She also returned in the sequel of the first game after the Players completed Player's House - Day 1. Unlike the first game, she gives you 50 sun each instead of 25. She is in Enlighten-mint family, a family of sun-producing plants.

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

In this game, she returned as one of the playable character on the Plants' side.

In the introduction of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2, she spawned at the Zombies' side and the players had to help her get to the landing zone to get back on the Plants' side.

She returned in Battle for Neighborville as a playable character of Support Class on the Plants side.

Plants vs. Zombies Heroes

Not to brag, but I'm pretty much your basic franchise-founding superstar.
~ Sunflower's card description.

As seen in the introduction of Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, the malfunction of the Hero-Tron 5000 turned a Sunflower into Solar Flare, one of the Plant Heroes.

Sunflower also appeared as a Solar Plant Card. Her rarity is Basic - Common, she costs 1, with the Flower tribe, and her health is 1. Her trait is Team-up, allowing the players to plant tow plants in a column instead of 1. She can produce an extra sun for each turn. When attack, she spits a small sun that can deal with damages dependent on the amount of strength.

Plants vs. Zombies 3

Sunflower returned in this game to help the players plant their plant defenses with the sun. Unlike other versions, she cannot be planted. Rather, she appears on the sun meter as an idle determinant of the situation.

Sunflower, alongside Peashooter, Wall-nut, Bonk Choy, The Player, Crazy Dave, and Penny ventured through Neighborville to obtain the Solar Sunglasses. To do this, she had to find the magic beans and use their magic words to open the Vault. The heroes also encountered the Brainiacs on the way. Before she could utilize the Solar Sunglasses, Dr. Zomboss stole it and attempted to use them for his villainous purpose. The Magic Beans protected her from harm by defeating Zomboss. However, he is far from losing, as he proceeds with the second part of his plans.

Other appearances

Plants vs. Zombies comics

She appeared as one of the supporting characters to help Nate Timeley and Patrice Blazing fight the Zombies.

Also in the comics, there was a Sunflower named Fred, who appears to be square-shaped and a male.

Plants vs. Zombies vs. Jay and Silent Bob

She appeared as a minor character in the Episode 3, The Epic Conclusion.

World of Warcraft

She appeared as a Singing Sunflower pet in World of Warcraft.

Little Big Planet 3

She appeared as one of the costume in this game.

Variants

Mystic Flower

The Mystic Flower is terribly mysterious. Some think she came from the past. Others believe she came from the future. Crazy Dave thinks she came from the leftovers in his fridge.
~ Mystic Flower's description.

Mystic Flower is a Super Rare (Rare in Garden Warfare 2) enigmatic Sunflower variant whose Mysterious Energy is a weapon that turns into a blast when supercharged.

Power Flower

The Power Flower came from over-tanning one day, absorbing too much of the sun's strength. This caused her to continuously vent a powerful energy.
~ Power Flower's description.

The Power Flower is a Rare energized Sunflower variant that utilizes her electrical Power Pulse.

Fire Flower

Rumor has it that a Sunflower once went on a date with a Fire Pea...
~ Fire Flower's description.

Fire Flower ignites enemies with her blasts of Flame Pulse.

Shadow Flower

The Shadow Flower works from the darkness, righting wrongs and singing songs - her mask disguises her true Sunflower heritage.
~ Shadow Flower's description.

Shadow Flower is a Super Rare (Rare in Garden Warfare 2) dark Sunflower variant whose Dark Energy fires faster than a standard Sunflower, with an exchange of a slower recharge.

Metal Petal

Metal Petal is an armored Sunflower. While the metal weighs her down-making her slower than other Sunflowers-she has the added benefit of higher health.
~ Metal Petal's description.

Metal Petal is a Rare (Super Rare in Garden Warfare 2) metallic Sunflower who is much more durable than a standard Sunflower but slower, and she utilizes her primary weapon Metal Blast.

Metal Petal Sunflower

Time to put the metal to the petal, baby!
~ Metal Petal's description.

Metal Petal returned in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes as a Flower Plant of Solar class. Her rarity is Premium - Uncommon, she costs 4 suns, and her strength and health are 3 and 4. Start of turn, the players earn an extra sun.

Sun Pharaoh

Little was known about the Sun Pharaoh until her sunflower-shaped pyramid was discovered in the early eighteenth century. According to the local hieroglyphs she enjoyed long walks on the beach, had many catnip companions and enjoyed eating chicken salad sandwiches.
~ Sun Pharaoh's description.

Sun Pharaoh is a Super Rare (Rare in Garden Warfare 2) Egyptian Sunflower who shoots three bursts of Cobra Laser with a single button press.

Alien Flower

The ZIA maintains that there's no conclusive proof of alien plant life. They claim Alien Flower is just a hoax, or an urban legend. They want you to believe that her interstellar spacecraft is just a weather balloon... or maybe swamp gas? The ZIA asks that you please move along and forget this conversation ever happened.
~ Alien Flower's description.

Alien Flower is a Rare (Super Rare in Garden Warfare 2) extraterrestrial Sunflower variant whose Spore Mist is a single-shot primary weapon that leaves an aura to deal overtime damages to enemies.

Vampire Flower

Being a summer goth takes commitment. Especially when you're a Plant that produces sun for a living. Vampire Sunflower's in it to win it.
~ Vampire Flower's description.

Vampire Flower is a Super Rare Sunflower variant in Garden Warfare 2. Her primary weapon, Life Leech, heals herself upon dealing with damages. She also has lower health tan other Sunflowers, being 85.

Stuffy Flower

If you thought the Stuffy Sunflower was all sunshine and rainbows, well... you'd be right! Luckily, Zombies can't stand sunshine, and they positively despise rainbows.
~ Stuffy Flower's description.

Stuffy Flower is a Rare Sunflower variant in Garden Warfare 2. Her Rainbow Sunburst drops healing droplets after she vanquishes a zombie.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • Sun Production: Sunflower's signature move, as she produces suns to help the players collect them faster.
  • Sun Pulse: Sunflower's primary weapon, a rapid-fire burst of sun she produces.
  • Heal Beam: This ability allows Sunflower to heal allies when she sticks this beam to ally.
    • Rainbow Heal Beam: Like the heal beam, but with rainbow color and heals faster than the vanilla ability.
  • Sunbeam: Sunflower stays rooted, then fires a powerful precisely beam that damages the enemies.
    • Solar Flare Beam: Like the Sunbeam, except that that has shorter ammunition in exchange for automation of fire and higher damage.
  • Sunny Side Up: Sunflower drops a burst of sun droplets to support weakened allies.

Flower pots

  • Heal Flower: This flower heal allies with three sun droplets.
  • Dark Flower: Instead of healing, this evil flower rapidly fires Dark Energy at enemies.
  • Rainbow Flower: This colorful flower quickly drops a sun droplet continuously.

Skills

  • Singing skills: As seen in Zombies on Your Lawn, Sunflower can sing very well.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Sun Pharaoh and Metal Petal are the only Sunflower variants without the word "Sunflower" in their name.
  • Vampire Flower, with Count Chompula, and Vampweed are the only plants that are vampires.
    • Beside, despite being a vampire, her powers are associated with sunlight.

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