Zea mays. (Tarahumara Chiquita). An Onaveño type with some traits reminiscent of a Reventador type. An early collection from a very remote part of the Sierra Madre in Chihuahua. Long, slender ears have mostly yellow or white kernels (and occasional purple ones too!) that are somewhat flattened and smooth. From our Seed Bank Collection.
- Includes flour and flint type kernels
- Origin: High desert, 5249' elevation
- Cobs 6 - 9" in length
- Approx. 14g/50 seeds per packet.
- Limit 3 packets.