Navajo Robin's Egg
Blue speckles on white kernels intermixed with solid white and blue kernels. Occasional red, pinks, and lavender colors. Short, 3-4' stalks produce multiple 8" slender ears. For the Diné people, farming is as much spiritual as it is an act to provide food. Robin’s Egg corn is planted as a prayer to bring rainfall to the fields due to the physical resemblance to rain splatter. Approx. 14g/50 seeds per packet.