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Make hominy, tortillas, or cornbread with these beautiful, colored flour corns.  With amazing color and full of so much flavor you will wonder why you’d ever want to eat modern cornmeal again.  

  • Black Aztec Corn

    85 day.  A beautiful black corn, it dates back to the 1800's in the seed trade, but is the corn grown by the Aztecs over 2000 years ago.  It's a good choice for corn meal or flour, a beautiful decorating corn, and can also be eaten as a...

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  • Bloody Butcher Corn

    Bloody Butcher Corn

    105 day.  Bloody Butcher is a beautiful multi-purpose corn.  It makes great corn meal or flour, is a beautiful decorating corn, and it can be eaten as a sweet corn when picked in it's milk stage.  It has large ears with deep burgundy...

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  • Hopi Blue Corn

    Hopi Blue Corn

    110 day.  Originally grown by the Hopi Indians, Hopi Blue is our favorite field corn.  Beautiful plants grew long, thin ears with lots of deep blue-purple kernels.  Flour made from these kernels can be used to make exceptionally flavored...

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