100 Seeds Per Packet Sweet 1-2, 6-7" Long Ears Per Stalk 6-7' Tall 70-90 Days Iroquois Black Sweet corn has been historically a favorite among the Haudenosaunee and other people. In recent years, Iroquois Black Sweet corn has made an incredible comeback with a number of Haudenosaunee chefs and traditional agriculturalist. In various times, it has been possibly listed as Tuscarora black in late 1700s and early 1800s seed catalogs, and later incorrectly listed as Black Mexican or Black Aztec despite it being an eastern Indigenous corn. It is used in the treatment of a number of aliments as well as a delicious and colorful cornmeal and a treat in traditional corn and three sister soups. Iroquois Black Sweet corn can be enjoyed in its milk stage while it is still white and into maturity when the seeds become a dark and beautiful purple.
Iroquois Black Sweet Corn