CERTIFIED ORGANIC! This old heirloom dates back to Virginia in 1845. This is a dent corn that is very good for grinding into corn meal or grits, and it’s wonderfully ornamental. It is not intended for eating as corn on the cob. The tall stocks can exceed 4m (12’), with up to six ears each. Some kernels dry pink or even white, but most are intense dark red. Start this variety as early in the season as possible, as it matures later than most. Or plant Bloody Butcher Organic corn seeds as a wind break to prevent pollination between main crop corn varieties.
Matures in 120 days. (Open-pollinated seeds)