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  • ZT110
  • Zea mays. Rarámuri Maiz Pinto (Tarahumara Maiz Pinto). Grown at lower elevations in the Barranca del Cobre, this is a lovely mix of blue, white and purple kernels; occasional yellow or orange. From our Seed Bank Collection.

    • Includes flour and flint type kernels
    • Origin: low desert
    • Cobs average 6-7 inches in length
    • Plants around 8 feet tall
    • Approx. 14g/50 seeds per packet
    These seeds are part of our conservation program and are not available for purchase. They are only available through Native American Seed Request
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Customer Reviews

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Nils Lindstrom
Wonderful sort

Hi, writing from Sweden, Westmanland province. This corn variety looks exactly as our Painted Mountains. If zo: it has all the qualities we ask for in this cool climate of ours, with a relatively short growing season. We grow it in a Three Sisters system. Stunning colors. Especially we go for the red and deep purple cobs, because of their big antioxident value. Cobs eaten fresh. Fully ripened we keep them for the winter. Excellent for bread and all different dishes. Don't miss.