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Martin parishes, 83 acres planted in sunflower and brown top millet.
Our hosts, Barry and Anita Hansen, grow acres of them, along with a supermarket aisle's worth of vegetables and eight-foot-tall sunflowers, the plot surrounded by the requisite Montana husbandry mix of pigs, chickens, and sheep.
The sunflower can grow to three feet wide, but these sea creatures are now very rare, Raimondi says.
Check out this map, which shows where to find the sunflowers.
Different varieties of sunflower, saltbush, sagebrush and poppies will eventually spread across the site.
For instance, sunflower, a common ingredient, saw a poor harvest season in 2011, leading to shortages and increases in pricing.
The Spice and Tea Exchange will be at the market with salts, blends and teas, while Country Health Foods' items will be there too, including broccoli and sunflower sprouts from Alaska Sprouts.
Baez, 24, who has emerged as one of the top 10 Major League Baseball players in endorsement deals, signing deals worth $2 million alone in the last six months, is now the face of David's sunflower seeds.
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