(13 varieties to choose from) . Flour corn is best adapted to areas where heavy rains are not common. Rain at harvest time can mean a total crop lost as the softness of the kernels allows fungi  to grow rapidly

Use is for early season ornamental corn and can be ground into a very fine (almost wheat-like) flour.  

Arikara White

Arikara White - 100 days - 6 foot stalks with 8 rowed cob, pure white kernels.  2 ounce pkt. $2.75  Certified Organic Seed


Bread - 100 days - 7 foot tall plants producing large, heavily cobbed ears with large, multicolored kernels.  Grinds to a rather colorful and fine flour.  2 ounce pkt. $2.75  Certified Organic Seed

Cherokee White

Cherokee White - 120 days - Nice plump white flour kernels.  10 to 12 foot stalks, typical Southeastern flour corn, 10 inch long ears, 8 to 10 rows per ear.  (UNAVAILABLE FOR 2020)

Georgia Blue

Georgia Blue - 95 days - A rather early maturing flour corn for its large ear size.  Plant gets 7 feet tall and produces several 7 to 8 inch ears of large kerneled flour corn.  Most of the ears are deep purplish blue kernels but other colors are common. 2 ounce pkt. $2.75  Certified Organic Seed

Guadalajara All Purpose

Guadalajara All Purpose- 110 days - A yellow/white Mexican corn, other colors also. Good for tortillas.  2 oz. Pkt. $2.00; 2 Pkts. $3.50  Certified Organic Seed

Hootavilla Blue

Hootavilla Blue- 95 days - Blue and purple mix of flint/flour type. A southwest area variety that does not like high humidity and does well in drier conditions.  2 oz. Pkt. $3.00 Certified Organic Seed

Hopi Purple

Hopi Purple - 105 days - Majority of deep purple kernels with other colors here and there.   A southwestern desert area variety that does well in lower humidity areas. 2 oz. Pkt. $3.00 Certified Organic Seed

Hopi Turquoise

Hopi Turquoise - 98 days - Good drought tolerance, many turquoise colored kernels with a splattering of white and other colors.  Plants average about 7 feet tall with several ears per plant. 2 oz. Pkt. $3.00 Certified Organic Seed

Jerry Petersen Blue

Jerry Petersen Blue - 100 days - Heirloom from South Dakota. Grace Kemp from Colome South Dakota gave this variety to our now departed friend Gail back in the early 1980's. Nice for a blue/grey flour.  2 oz. Pkt. $3.00; 4 Pkts. $10.00 Certified Organic Seed

Mandan Bride

Mandan Bride- 80 days- colorful mix  of kernels, 6 to 7 inch ears on 4 to 5 foot plants. 2 ounce pkt. $2.75  Certified Organic Seed

Mandan Red Flour

Mandan Red Flour - 85 days - Beautiful plants with the majority being reddish stalked and husked.  Plants average about 5 feet tall and the 6 inch cobs are brightly colored shades of red kernels with some being all yellow.  Cobs themselves are interesting shades of red and purple. Care must be taken to harvest as soon as mature as in humid areas the stalks and cobs do not hold up well.  UNAVAILABLE FOR 2020

Seneca Round Nose

Seneca Round Nose- 90 days- Large kernels on the thickest cobs you’ll ever see.  You can tell this one is from the time period when corn was hung in bundles to dry.  The husks hang on to the strong cobs making it super breeding material for an ornamental corn project.  Seeds are white with an occasional pink tint.  2 ounce pkt. $3.50  Certified Organic Seed

Zulu Maize

Zulu Maize - 95 days - Large seeded, white flour corn.  Some kernels are slightly dented. 2 ounce pkt. $2.75  Certified Organic Seed

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