"Sikya hatiko," Seeds vary from deep yellow to dark orange with black mottling. During Spring ceremonies, the seeds are sprouted, attached to katsina dolls, rattles, and bows, and given to children. Sprouts are then chopped, boiled, and cooked in soup for feasting. Approx. 20g/25 seeds per packet.
This variety is in low supply and we are currently able to make it available only to Native Seeds/SEARCH members (with a two packet limit
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