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Zea mays


Salvaged from extinction in 2005 by Pawnee seed saver Deborah Echo-Hawk, this is doubtless one of the finest and most decorative of all the Great Plains flour corns. Each kernel is splashed with blue which often assumes the shape of a flying eagle, hence the name. Aside from its excellent culinary qualities for cornmeal and flour, Eagle Corn is also considered sacred in Pawnee native religion. This should remind us, that respect for Nature and cultural heritage go hand-in-hand with all forms of seedways. Help the Pawnee recover more valuable heirloom treasures by donating to or send it to us and we will forward it.


~100 seeds per packet.

Pawnee Eagle Flour Corn

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