A. hypochondriachus x A. hybridus. Guarijio Grain. From the Rio Mayo in Sonora, Mexico, grain used for tamales, pinole (a traditional Mexican drink), or popping. Try popping the grain over a dry, hot pan and add to granola, fruit salads, or mix with honey to make traditional Mexican alegria. Inflorescences range from light yellow-green to pink to fuschia. From our Seed Bank Collection.
- Origin: High desert, 2625' elevation
- Can perform well in low desert as well
- Edible leaves and seeds
- Blond seeds
- Approx. 0.3g/300 seeds per packet.
- Limit 3 packets