Hopi Pink Flour Corn
A truly lovely native variety that has kernels in shades of pink, mauve and salmon on 8-inch ears. Drought tolerant and great for making flour, it is one of the best varieties for farming in dry conditions. This is a rare variety that was bred by the Hopi nation. Their incredible work has produced one of the toughest and most beautiful flour corns available! Flour is impressively high in protein, and the fine texture lends itself to super soft tortillas and tamales.
Minimum Seed Count: 50