Dia de San Juan
An all-purpose white Mexican june corn used for everything by the Mayo. From north of Alamos, Sonora. Planted on the Dia de San Juan (June 24) when Southwestern folks traditionally celebrate the coming of the summer rains. Grows 10+ feet tall. Staff favorite for green corn tamales and roasting corn. Also good for making masa.
Approx. 22g/50 seeds per packet.
Seed Saver Size packet includes approx 105g/250 seeds plus an insert on corn pollination and seed saving.