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Navajo Copper

  • ZP098
  • Zea mays. Short plants, 2.5 - 3 ft, with small beautiful copper toned ears. Colors are reminiscent of Southwestern sunsets. Early maturing. Originally collected from a Navajo farmer in New Mexico. The small size makes it a great option for children's gardens!  From our Seed Bank Collection.

    • Origin: very high desert, 8199' elevation
    • Approx. 10g/50 seeds per packet.
    • Limit 3 packets.
  • $3.95

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Most of the varieties they used to carry are no longer available???

Used to buy seeds here every year, then they stopped selling all but a few varieties to the general public... You have to belong to a very specific ethnicity to purchase or request seeds now, which seems to go against the whole nature of seed sharing and selling. I was told growing up it didn't matter the color of your skin or who your parents were, everyone got a fair chance... not at this company. Hopefully they will change back to being a company for all gardners and not just fall more into being a segregationist seed company. We need to sow seeds together in racially diverse gardens, not in racially divided war zones... What happened to love one another??? Oh well, rant over... Buy seeds wherever you want to... I do, even from ones I don't always agree with.

Rebekah Smith
Navajo copper pop corn

It grows really well in our climate in sorrento BC canada. Its a very beautiful corn the colors are gorgeous I really love it! When you peel the leaves back you get a color explosion that look like the dessert sunset or sunrise.👍

Angelica Pablo Paz
Navajo Copper

The Navajo Copper is growing awesome, we love it. Thank you!