$2.75

(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 ear corn (old fashioned corn on the cob). Especially suited to the eastern U.S., clay soils, and drought-prone areas. The tall 10-12 ft. stalks are not recommended for loose soils or high wind areas. One or two 7-8½ in. ears per stalk. Good tolerance to leaf blights. Pkt (42 g = 1.5 oz, 95 seeds)

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'.