|First appearance:||Conker Bad Fur Day|
|Color:||Yellow and Green|
The Sunflower is an anthropomorphic, large breasted sunflower that appears in Conker's Bad Fur Day and its remake, Conker: Live & Reloaded, whom Mr. Bee left his wife for. She is voiced by Louise Ridgeway
The Sunflower is first alluded to in the first chapter, where Queen Bee mentions that her husband left her for another woman and thus was responsible for the hive being stolen. She is first seen in the Barn Boys chapter of the games, located up the right-hand pathway near the entrance. After Franky had hung himself in the Barn, Mr. Bee calls over to Conker as he walks out of the barn. He tells Conker of how his life had been "reduced to the status of a bum". Conker apparently has no interest in what Mr. Bee has to say, and is about to walk away right before Mr. Bee mentions the big-breasted Sunflower, which catches Conker's attention. Mr. Bee points over to her, which he says was his reason why he left his life of luxury. He then asks Conker if he can hook him up with her, offering Cash if he succeeds. When Conker first goes over to her, she is bent over concealing her breasts with her leafy appendages. She states that Conker's tail is too tickly and tells him to go away (although her response of "be that way" implies that she was being playful rather than serious about it).
Conker then runs into a swarm of Tickly Bees, who immediately start tickling Conker. The bees tell Conker about a ticklish flower, which is revealed to be the Sunflower. When Conker finds four more swarms of Tickly Bees, he goes back to the Sunflower, where the bees start to tickle the Sunflower. The Sunflower then stands up revealing her breasts. Mr. Bee arrives and then proceeds to "pollinate" her offscreen, with the camera showing a disgusted Conker's face, with sounds of the sunflower sexually moaning offscreen. Afterward, Mr. Bee leaves stating he is a new man. She then asks Conker if he fancies "going for a bounce" on her breasts, in which Conker can do so in order to get some Cash (also remarking that such an action "is what [Conker] call[s] a platformer game.").
Other sunflowers can be seen near the entrance to Windy in the Hungover grove in Conker's Bad Fur Day. These sunflowers have eyes and leafy arms similar to the Sunflower in Barn Boys. Additionally, sunflowers appear on the box art of Conker's Pocket Tales, which have a similar appearance to the smaller sunflowers.