Hidatsa #1 Sunflower

Plants running about 8 feet tall produce a large central flower head and numerous smaller heads on side-shoots. Seeds are large enough to be processed for food, although smaller than the mammoth types favored today. Originally a staple crop of the Hidatsa people, who grew this variety in their floodplain gardens along the Missouri River.


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