Heirloom corn, Maize, is a Native American lore that was one of the crops that made up the “three sisters.” Heirloom corn tends to be more colorful than conventional hybrid varieties of today. Open-pollinated these varieties can be passed down to future generations.
The Bloody Butcher corn's kernels are deep red and can be used for roasting or frying when young but generally used for flour or corn meal.
The Double Standard corn has an excellent traditional corn taste and is the first ever bicolor, open-pollinated sweet corn on the market!
The Red Husk Spectrum corn variety has red stalks and husk with kernels that are a combination of many unique colors, making it a wonderful fall display!
The Strawberry popcorn is often grown for its ornamental quality, but has a delicious crunch and taste when used as a popped corn.
Truckers Favorite White is an heirloom white dent field corn that is excellent for roasting, frying or used as a dent as it stays fresh for a long time.