41319 - Pungo Creek Butcher
[Eastern Shore heirloom from Bill Savage, grown for 165 years by Pungo Creek, VA farmers. Genetic analysis shows it to be descended from Bloody Butcher.] A tall, hardy corn with stalks up to 11’. Ears are a mixed rainbow of red, brown, yellow, and sometimes purple. 9-12” ears in tightly wrapped husks. Rough milled this is a nutritious feed for your flock, or the corn can be ground into a meal with rich flavor and unusual color. Pretty enough to grow just for looks, this corn is delicious baked into muffins or cornbread. #41319 Pkt.