Bloody butcher. Heirloom corn this is a striking old time heirloom variety. That's been unchanged over the decades. It's traditional to use to make red corn meal
Alot of folks use it for decoration will take around 100 days the stalks get between 10 and 12 feet tall. Will have anywhere from 2 to 5 ears on them. The Amish has used
This variety for green chop for there dairy cows
Plant early plant often and happy growing
We planted this variety with no fertilizer to see how it would do it preformed wonderful.
Most heirloom open pollinated variety will do very well in low imput conditions