Dent, Flint & Flour Corn

Please refer to Grinding Corn Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 1½ oz (42g) unless otherwise stated (120-190 seeds, depending on variety) sows 40-60'.

Open-Pollinated Sweet Corn Hybrid Sweet Corn Gourdseed Corn Popcorn



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Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 42 g

Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 42 g

(red) 120 days. [1845. Originally from Virginia.] Stalks grow 10-12 ft. tall producing 2 ears per stalk. Kernels are blood-red with darker red stripes, and occasional white or blue kernels. For flour, cereal, or roasting ears. Pkt (42 g = 1.5 oz, 170 seeds)
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Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(red) 120 days. [1845. Originally from Virginia.] Stalks grow 10-12 ft. tall producing 2 ears per stalk. Kernels are blood-red with darker red stripes, and occasional white or blue kernels. For flour, cereal, or roasting ears. (½ lb = 8 oz = 228 g)
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Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 1 lb

Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 1 lb

(red) 120 days. [1845. Originally from Virginia.] Stalks grow 10-12 ft. tall producing 2 ears per stalk. Kernels are blood-red with darker red stripes, and occasional white or blue kernels. For flour, cereal, or roasting ears. (1 lb = 454 g)
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Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 4 lbs

Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 4 lbs

(red) 120 days. [1845. Originally from Virginia.] Stalks grow 10-12 ft. tall producing 2 ears per stalk. Kernels are blood-red with darker red stripes, and occasional white or blue kernels. For flour, cereal, or roasting ears. (4 lbs = 1816 g)
$44.00

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Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 42 g

Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 42 g

(blue) 100 days. [Developed west of the Appalachians in the Ohio and W. Virginia area ~1830- ’50.] A highly uniform, semi-dent corn. Solid blue, medium-sized ears on 7 ft. stalks, 1 ear/stalk. Originally developed as a meal and feed corn, it has a higher sugar content than most dent...
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Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(blue) 100 days. [Developed west of the Appalachians in the Ohio and W. Virginia area ~1830- ’50.] A highly uniform, semi-dent corn. Solid blue, medium-sized ears on 7 ft. stalks, 1 ear/stalk. Originally developed as a meal and feed corn, it has a higher sugar content than most dent...
$8.50

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Cherokee White Eagle Dent Corn 42 g

Cherokee White Eagle Dent Corn 42 g

(white and blue) 110 days. A beautiful white and blue corn with a red cob. Occasionally there will be an all-blue ear. Some people can see the image of a white eagle in the kernels! Plants grow 8-10 ft. tall. Pkt (42 g = 1.5 oz, 127 seeds).
$2.95

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Cherokee White Eagle Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Cherokee White Eagle Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Small crop, bulk size unavailable for 2015 (white and blue) 110 days. A beautiful white and blue corn with a red cob. Occasionally there will be an all-blue ear. Some people can see the image of a white eagle in the kernels! Plants grow 8-10 ft. tall....
$8.50

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Cherokee White Flour, Original Flour Corn 42 g

Cherokee White Flour, Original Flour Corn 42 g

(white) 120 days. [Seed collected by grower Tony West from an elderly Cherokee woman in the Tuckasegee area of North Carolina. Longer ears and taller stalks than the Brown and Robinson reselection of the 1980s.] 11-12 in. ears on sturdy 15-ft. tall stalks. White kernels, 8-10 rows/ear, 50...
$2.75

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Cherokee White Flour Original Flour Corn 1/2 lb

Cherokee White Flour Original Flour Corn 1/2 lb

(white) 120 days. [Seed collected by grower Tony West from an elderly Cherokee woman in the Tuckasegee area of North Carolina. Longer ears and taller stalks than the Brown and Robinson reselection of the 1980s.] 11-12 in. ears on sturdy 15-ft. tall stalks. White kernels, 8-10 rows/ear, 50...
$9.25

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Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher Dent Corn 42 g

Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher Dent Corn 42 g

(rainbow) 110 days. [Late 1800s Appalachian family heirloom] Beautiful, multicolored, huge ears (up to 14 in. long!) on sturdy 12-18 ft. stalks, 1-2 ears per stalk, 10-14 rows per ear. Grown by generations of Daymon Morgan’s family in Leslie Co., eastern KY; selected since 2001 by...
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Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(rainbow) 110 days. [Late 1800s Appalachian family heirloom] Beautiful, multicolored, huge ears (up to 14 in. long!) on sturdy 12-18 ft. stalks, 1-2 ears per stalk, 10-14 rows per ear. Grown by generations of Daymon Morgan’s family in Leslie Co., eastern KY; selected since 2001 by...
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Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher Dent Corn 1 lb

Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher Dent Corn 1 lb

(rainbow) 110 days. [Late 1800s Appalachian family heirloom] Beautiful, multicolored, huge ears (up to 14 in. long!) on sturdy 12-18 ft. stalks, 1-2 ears per stalk, 10-14 rows per ear. Grown by generations of Daymon Morgan’s family in Leslie Co., eastern KY; selected since 2001 by...
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Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher Dent Corn 4 lbs

Daymon Morgan's Kentucky Butcher Dent Corn 4 lbs

(rainbow) 110 days. [Late 1800s Appalachian family heirloom] Beautiful, multicolored, huge ears (up to 14 in. long!) on sturdy 12-18 ft. stalks, 1-2 ears per stalk, 10-14 rows per ear. Grown by generations of Daymon Morgan’s family in Leslie Co., eastern KY; selected since 2001 by...
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Floriani Red Flint Flint Corn 42 g

Floriani Red Flint Flint Corn 42 g

(red) 100 days. [Family heirloom from the Valsugana valley of Italy near Trento, via William Rubel. Originally brought to Italy from America, it evolved over hundreds of years to become the staple polenta corn of the valley.] Beautiful medium- to deep-red kernels are slightly pointed....
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Floriani Red Flint Flint Corn 1/2 lb

Floriani Red Flint Flint Corn 1/2 lb

(red) 100 days. [Family heirloom from the Valsugana valley of Italy near Trento, via William Rubel. Originally brought to Italy from America, it evolved over hundreds of years to become the staple polenta corn of the valley.] Beautiful medium- to deep-red kernels are slightly pointed....
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Floriani Red Flint Flint Corn 1 lb

Floriani Red Flint Flint Corn 1 lb

(red) 100 days. [Family heirloom from the Valsugana valley of Italy near Trento, via William Rubel. Originally brought to Italy from America, it evolved over hundreds of years to become the staple polenta corn of the valley.] Beautiful medium- to deep-red kernels are slightly pointed....
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Floriani Red Flint Flint Corn 4 lbs

Floriani Red Flint Flint Corn 4 lbs

Small crop, bulk unavailable for 2015 (red) 100 days. [Family heirloom from the Valsugana valley of Italy near Trento, via William Rubel. Originally brought to Italy from America, it evolved over hundreds of years to become the staple polenta corn...
$44.00

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Hickory Cane Dent Corn 42 g

Hickory Cane Dent Corn 42 g

(white) 85/110 days. [pre- 1875] Heirloom dent corn originally selected by Native Americans in N. Florida and S. Georgia. It came to be prized across the mountain South for roasting ears, creamed corn, grits, and hominy, and particularly for white cornmeal, as well as fodder for animals....
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Hickory Cane Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Hickory Cane Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(white) 85/110 days. [pre- 1875] Heirloom dent corn originally selected by Native Americans in N. Florida and S. Georgia. It came to be prized across the mountain South for roasting ears, creamed corn, grits, and hominy, and particularly for white cornmeal, as well as fodder for animals....
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Hickory King Dent Corn 42 g

Hickory King Dent Corn 42 g

(white) 85/110 days. [Pre- 1875] In the hills and hollows of Virginia this corn is still appreciated as a roasting and hominy corn. Considered the best variety for hominy because the skin of the kernel is easily removed by soaking. Also good for grits, corn meal, and flour. Makes a nice...
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Hickory King Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Hickory King Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(white) 85/110 days. [Pre- 1875] In the hills and hollows of Virginia this corn is still appreciated as a roasting and hominy corn. Considered the best variety for hominy because the skin of the kernel is easily removed by soaking. Also good for grits, corn meal, and flour. Makes a nice...
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Hickory King Dent Corn 1 lb

Hickory King Dent Corn 1 lb

(white) 85/110 days. [Pre- 1875] In the hills and hollows of Virginia this corn is still appreciated as a roasting and hominy corn. Considered the best variety for hominy because the skin of the kernel is easily removed by soaking. Also good for grits, corn meal, and flour. Makes a nice...
$10.75

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Jellicorse Twin Dent Corn 42 g

Jellicorse Twin Dent Corn 42 g

(white) 120 days. [Pre- 1920] Tennessee variety, similar to Neal’s Paymaster but with a white cob. Extremely heat tolerant, has set seed even during 107°F temperatures! Pkt (42 g = 1.5 oz, 97 seeds)
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Jellicorse Twin Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Jellicorse Twin Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(white) 120 days. [Pre- 1920] Tennessee variety, similar to Neal’s Paymaster but with a white cob. Extremely heat tolerant, has set seed even during 107°F temperatures! (½ lb = 8 oz = 228 g)
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Leaming (Leaming's Yellow) Dent Corn 42 g

Leaming (Leaming's Yellow) Dent Corn 42 g

(yellow) 95 days. [1850s, bred by Jacob Leaming of Clinton County, Ohio. Rare now, this famous variety won a prize at the World’s Fair in Paris, and has been used in breeding much of the U.S.’s corn.] 8½-10 in. ears with deep yellow kernels, 14-22 rows/ear, red cobs. 7-8 ft....
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Leaming (Leaming's Yellow) Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Leaming (Leaming's Yellow) Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(yellow) 95 days. [1850s, bred by Jacob Leaming of Clinton County, Ohio. Rare now, this famous variety won a prize at the World’s Fair in Paris, and has been used in breeding much of the U.S.’s corn.] 8½-10 in. ears with deep yellow kernels, 14-22 rows/ear, red cobs. 7-8 ft....
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McCormack's Blue Giant Dent Corn 42 g

McCormack's Blue Giant Dent Corn 42 g

(blue) 85/100 days. [Introduced 1994 by SESE. Bred by Dr. Jeff McCormack from a cross between Hickory King and an unnamed heirloom blue dent.] The large, wide, smoky blue kernels can be ground into a light blue flour, suited for blue tortillas and blue corn chips. Also good as a roasting...
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McCormack's Blue Giant Dent Corn 1/2 lb

McCormack's Blue Giant Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(blue) 85/100 days. [Introduced 1994 by SESE. Bred by Dr. Jeff McCormack from a cross between Hickory King and an unnamed heirloom blue dent.] The large, wide, smoky blue kernels can be ground into a light blue flour, suited for blue tortillas and blue corn chips. Also good as a roasting...
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Neal's Paymaster Dent Corn 42 g

Neal's Paymaster Dent Corn 42 g

(white) 100/120 days. [Pre-1915. The first reliable two-eared dent corn. Bred from Tennessee Red Cob by William H. Neal. In 1935, a third of Tennessee’s corn crop came from this variety. Said to be a favorite of moonshiners. Thanks to Jim Culpepper for seedstock!] White seed with red...
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Neal's Paymaster Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Neal's Paymaster Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(white) 100/120 days. [Pre-1915. The first reliable two-eared dent corn. Bred from Tennessee Red Cob by William H. Neal. In 1935, a third of Tennessee’s corn crop came from this variety. Said to be a favorite of moonshiners. Thanks to Jim Culpepper for seedstock!] White seed with red...
$7.50

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Neal's Paymaster Dent Corn 1 lb

Neal's Paymaster Dent Corn 1 lb

(white) 100/120 days. [Pre-1915. The first reliable two-eared dent corn. Bred from Tennessee Red Cob by William H. Neal. In 1935, a third of Tennessee’s corn crop came from this variety. Said to be a favorite of moonshiners. Thanks to Jim Culpepper for seedstock!] White seed with red...
$11.75

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Neal's Paymaster Dent Corn 4 lbs

Neal's Paymaster Dent Corn 4 lbs

(white) 100/120 days. [Pre-1915. The first reliable two-eared dent corn. Bred from Tennessee Red Cob by William H. Neal. In 1935, a third of Tennessee’s corn crop came from this variety. Said to be a favorite of moonshiners. Thanks to Jim Culpepper for seedstock!] White seed with red...
$39.00

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Painted Mountain Flour Corn 42 g

Painted Mountain Flour Corn 42 g

(rainbow) 85-90 days. [Dave Christensen has been breeding this variety in Montana for 30+ years, working with 70+ early, cold hardy Native American varieties.] Widely adapted, this amazingly super hardy corn is early maturing with great cold soil tolerance. Slim, 6-8 in. ears, 1-2 ears...
$3.75

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Painted Mountain Flour Corn 1/2 lb

Painted Mountain Flour Corn 1/2 lb

(rainbow) 85-90 days. [Dave Christensen has been breeding this variety in Montana for 30+ years, working with 70+ early, cold hardy Native American varieties.] Widely adapted, this amazingly super hardy corn is early maturing with great cold soil tolerance. Slim, 6-8 in. ears, 1-2 ears...
$15.75

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Pungo Creek Butcher Dent Corn 42 g

Pungo Creek Butcher Dent Corn 42 g

(rainbow) [Eastern Shore heirloom from Bill Savage, grown for 165 years by Pungo Creek, VA farmers. Genetic analysis shows it to be descended from Bloody Butcher.] A tall, hardy corn with sturdy stalks up to 11 ft. Ears are a mixed rainbow of red, brown, yellow, and sometimes purple....
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Pungo Creek Butcher Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Pungo Creek Butcher Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Seed in germination test, hope to have bulk size by 3/25/15* (rainbow) [Eastern Shore heirloom from Bill Savage, grown for 165 years by Pungo Creek, VA farmers. Genetic analysis shows it to be descended from Bloody Butcher.] A tall, hardy corn with...
$8.50

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Reid's Yellow Dent Dent Corn 42 g

Reid's Yellow Dent Dent Corn 42 g

(yellow) 85/110 days. [1840s. Robert Reid had a poor stand of the light red, late-maturing 'Gordon Hopkins' one year and replanted the missing hills with the early yellow flint corn. He then grew accidental hybrid until it stabilized. A prize winner at the 1893 World’s Fair...
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Reid's Yellow Dent Dent Corn 1/2 lb

Reid's Yellow Dent Dent Corn 1/2 lb

(yellow) 85/110 days. [1840s. Robert Reid had a poor stand of the light red, late-maturing 'Gordon Hopkins' one year and replanted the missing hills with the early yellow flint corn. He then grew accidental hybrid until it stabilized. A prize winner at the 1893 World’s Fair...
$7.75

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Tennessee Red Cob Dent Corn 42 g

Tennessee Red Cob Dent Corn 42 g

(white) 120 days. [Pre-1900. Original seedstock supplied by Harold Jerrell. For the last several years maintained and selected by Debbie Piesen and Edmund Frost at Living Energy Farm and Twin Oaks Seeds Farm.] High yielding, up to 150 bushels/acre here in Virginia. 10-13 ft. sturdy...
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