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White Hall family farm and its iconic sunflowers to be featured on Maryland Public Television show

Miller’s Farm and Farm Market in White Hall will be featured on Maryland Public Television’s original series Maryland Farm & Harvest on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

The segment, entitled “Sunflowers Help Grow a Farm Business,” features the Miller’s Farm’s large field of sunflowers planted by the roadside — a display that gets the attention of those driving between Baltimore and Harford counties in the summer.


The Millers have been farming this property since 1957 and recently expanded the operation to include a market in Harford County to sell beef and other farm products. To help draw in customers, the family planted a field of sunflowers. According to Jake Miller, when the sunflowers are in bloom, their business increases 20 to 30 percent. To capitalize on the plants’ popularity, customers can enjoy a walk through the field and cut flowers to take home.

Viewers can watch on MPT-HD and online at Encore broadcasts are available on MPT-HD Thursdays at 11 p.m. and Sundays at 6 a.m. Each episode also airs on MPT2/Create® on Fridays at 7:30 p.m.


Past episodes can be viewed at, while episode segments are available on the series’ YouTube channel at

Now in its ninth season, the weekly series takes viewers on a journey across the state, telling stories about the farms, people and technology required to sustain and grow agriculture in Maryland, the number one commercial industry in the state.

More than 10 million viewers have tuned in to Maryland Farm & Harvest since its fall 2013 debut. The series has traveled to nearly 400 farms, fisheries and other agriculture-related locations, covering every Maryland county, as well as Baltimore City, Washington, D.C., and Delaware.