Roy's Calais Flint Corn is a true Vermont heirloom, recently so rare as to be close to extinction. Beautiful color of gold and maroon. This variety has to dry on the plant. Can be ground into flour for Johnny Cakes, cornmeal, parole or any other corn dish.
Heirloom | 90-95 days to maturity | 1/2 oz seeds | sows 20 ft.
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