Corn Dent, Bloody Butcher
Richly colored, reddish-black kernels sparkle like rubies on the 8"–12" ears. This spectacular heirloom variety is said to be a cross between a Native American corn and corn grown by American settlers. Ears may be eaten fresh when they're still young and tender. Dry the mature ears for decoration or grind them into flour. This statuesque variety reaches heights up to 12' tall, with 2 or more ears per stalk. Tolerates drought better than other varieties, too.
10g (~32 seeds)