Aztec Black Corn - Ancient Heirloom
Aztec Black is an heirloom that was cultivated 2000 years ago, long before Columbus showed up. It produces big 8" ears on six foot plants. They start out snow white and are very good for eating fresh. As they mature, they turn purple-black and make a sweet, beautiful blue corn meal.
Or just arrange them in a basket and be amazed.
Early maturing, about 85 days.
Sow seeds 1/2 inch deep, soil temperatures should be 70 degrees or warmer for best results.
Keep soil moist, but not soaking wet.