- Blue Hopi was first developed by the Native Hopi people and grows well in desert climates and can be used for blue flour or cornmeal.
100 Days to maturity. Zea mays. Blue Hopi Corn Seeds. Non-GMO, annual, open-pollinated, heirloom, Flint and Flour Corn. Suitable for growing in garden plots or raised beds. Corn tolerates heat and drought-prone regions. Blue Hopi is known for its large, blue ears (8-9 inches) with a sweet flavor. While this is sweet corn when harvested young, it is most commonly used as a flint and flour type when it is ground for a blue corn meal used for tortillas, corn chips, or blue cornbread. Its blue color also makes it highly decorative. Contains 20% more protein than other varieties of corn. ~150 seeds/oz.