30 Cherokee White Gourdseed Indian Corn seeds
A white roasting and flour corn similar to Virginia White Gourd seed, but with more uniform cobs. Vigorous 10-12 ft. stalks bear 1-2 big, fat ears with unusually long kernels that resemble gourd seeds. Its 2½ in. wide ears average 6-8 in. long, with 22 rows/ear. WHITE corn, easy to shell.
Gourd seed corns are one of America's oldest corns, and were commonly grown in southern Virginia back to 1700. The plants of gourd seed corn are heavily stalked and bear ears having a large number of rows of thin, deep kernels.
Gourdseed corns are naturally resistant to some corn diseases, notably, Southern leaf blight.