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***NOT TO WA, NT***   (Zea mays)  Heirloom originating from North & South Dakota & traditionally grown by the Mandan Indians.  Highly attractive, deep blue-purple cobs produced on plant to 1.8m high.  A hard corn with kernels used mainly for grinding into flour.  Ideal for purple tortillas, flat breads etc.  Very easy to grow & drought resilient.  Ideal for cooler areas.  65 seeds

(Corn00881)

SKU Corn00881
Shipping Weight 0.0030kg

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