105 days. This traditional variety from the Hopi nation has been grown in the high desert under dryland farming practices for generations. Bushy stalks produce striking purple to violet-rose colored, 8” ears. Higher protein than other flour corns.
- 6-12 hours of Sun
- Sprouts in 7-10 Days
- Ideal Temperature: 75-80 Degrees F
- Seed Depth: 1-2″
- Plant Spacing: 12″
- Frost Hardy: No
- Zea mays
Growing Tips: Direct sow into the richest soil available at the begining of September. Succession planting prolongs harvest; planting in blocks improves pollination.
Minimum Seed Count: 50
“Description courtesy of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds/rareseeds.com “.