Spanish authorities have announced plans to crack down on drivers who leave sunflower bouquets in the back of their vehicles in the heat of summer.
The sunflare, or black sunflower, is a common sight in Spain and the Canary Islands.
The authorities said on Monday they would introduce new penalties if the sunflower is left unattended on the roadside.
The government said it is looking to reduce the number of sunflares, which are also known as “red sunflakes.”
Sunflowers are traditionally grown in Spain in the wild.
The plants can also be found in Costa Rica, Panama, Brazil and Ecuador.
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