50 "Hopi Blue" Sweet Corn seeds, High Protein, 4 sizes
85-105 days. Open-pollinated. Grown in Oregon. Large kernels of corn, more than other growers.
Once a traditional staple corn of the Hopi people. Hopi Blue grows 5-7' tall with purple/blue 9" ears. Can be eaten as sweet corn when picked young.
Hopi Blue has 30% higher protein levels than other dent corns.
Source of blue corn flour commonly found on grocery shelves now. Makes amazing blue tortilla chips, tortillas, corn soup, cornbread and for starters.
Precursors of this strain have been raised continuously for 800 years on the mesas of northern Arizona. Used by the Hopis to make ceremonial Piki bread. Tall 6-9' plants produce 8–10" ears with beautiful deep kernels easily ground into flour. Very drought-tolerant.
Great fall decoration also. White Buffalo pack. USA.