PLEASE READ BEFORE ORDERING: Orders are currently taking 7 business days to process.

Growing a Taste of Yesterday... Today!

BLUE HOPI CORN

75-110 days - An heirloom flint corn used as a traditional staple of the Hopi Indians in northern Arizona. The bushy, 5 foot stalks yield 8 to 10 inch ears, with smooth blue kernels. A good choice for making corn flour. - PKT. - 1 oz. (approximately 100 seeds)
Price:
$1.99

Availability: In stock

Details

75-110 days

An heirloom flint corn used as a traditional staple of the Hopi Indians in northern Arizona. The bushy, 5 foot stalks yield 8 to 10 inch ears, with smooth blue kernels. A good choice for making corn flour.

PKT. - 1 oz. (approximately 100 seeds)

Additional Information

Featured No