(blue and yellow) 100-110 days. [Early 1900s Ohio heirloom, very rare now. A cross of (yellow) Clarage and a blue corn. Why “Rotten Clarage”? Because the blue kernels reminded someone of bruises… Introduced by SESE 1994.] 8-9 in. ears with red cobs, 14-18 rows. Sturdy 9 ft. stalks, mostly 2 ears/stalk. Mostly blue and yellow kernels, with some white kernels and other colors. Pkt (42 g = 1.5 oz)

Seed grown and stewarded by Appalachian Heirloom Plant Farm in Winchester, Ohio.
  • Item # 41324

Dent, Flint & Flour Corn

Zea mays
Please refer to our Corn Growing Guide for cultural information.
Packet: 1½ oz (42g) unless otherwise stated (120-190 seeds, depending on variety) sows 40-60'.