Hopi Turquoise Corn (Zea mays)

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Our friend Ron Boyd received this flour variety from John Kimmey of Talavaya seed company who received from a grandmother on First Mesa. In the last 30 years it has been grown at range of elevations in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. The color runs from deeper blue through purple, white and turquoise. The corn stalk average is about 4-5 foot tall, one to two ears per stalk averaging 8 to 10 inches per ear. 110 days. Grown by Hobbs & Meyer Farms. Certified organic.


Packet (~100 seeds)