"Mandan Speckled (aka Mated Chief Speckled Mandan) A rare flour corn from the Mandan Indians. The cobs have cream colored and blue kernels with some kernels speckled. The plants grow about 4-5 feet tall and the cobs are 6-8 inches long. A very beautiful corn that can be used for autumn decorations. Extremely Rare. (95-100 days maturity)"
The Zapotec Indians have grown this gorgeous heirloom in Oaxaca for centuries. The blue-green kernels range from sage to malachite. Oaxacan Green makes a spectacular ornamental and it also turns into wonderful flour. The nutty flavor makes delicious green tortillas or corn bread. Oaxacan Green produces ears from 6" to 10" long on sturdy, drought-tolerant 7' plants. This is worth growing just for its beauty. 85 days. 50 seeds Not permitted in Canada or Australia. (It isn't easy being green.)