Grown along the Gila River in the late 1800s and collected by early prospectors. Medium length ears in 75 days. Multi-colored yellow, red, chinmark, and blue kernels. Kernels are mostly white when ears are at peak for fresh eating; colors will intensify when corn is past the milk stage. Contains approx. 11 g/50 seeds per packet.
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