This stunning variety was bred by Carl Barnes, a part-Cherokee plant-breeder, in an effort to preserve Native American corn varieties. A flint corn is not eaten like sweet corn but is great for popping, cornmeal or as a gorgeous decoration. Keep posted on Instagram and Facebook in spring as we share how we hand-pollinate our corn.
Planting Instructions: sow 2 seeds 1" deep every 12" after danger of frost in spring. Thin to 1 plant per 12". Full sun.