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Mandan Red Clay

(Parching) aka Lavender Mandan Parching. This strikingly beautiful and delicious flour/parching corn is said to come from the Mandan Tribe of North Dakota. Short (4’), stout and bushy plants with multiple tillers (secondary stalks) provide early yields of lavender colored ears. Parching corn is a soft kernelled type that puffs slightly when heated in a dry skillet, and makes a great snack eaten out of hand. It also grinds down to a beautiful pink cornmeal, used often in our house for pancakes, muffins, and cornbread. One of the more beautiful corns we’ve come across and wonderfully adapted to PNW growing conditions.
80-90 days. DW


Packet: 1oz (~80 seeds)

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Product code: COR-MA

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
Mandan Red Clay - Pkt
$3.50
Mandan Red Clay - 1/4lb
$10.00
Mandan Red Clay - 1/2lb
$16.00
Mandan Red Clay - 1lb
$29.00
Orders received between now and the new year will be shipped beginning in late January. If you would like your order shipped earlier, please send an email to uprisingseeds@riseup.net at the time of the order.

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(Parching) aka Lavender Mandan Parching. This strikingly beautiful and delicious flour/parching corn is said to come from the Mandan Tribe of North Dakota. Short (4’), stout and bushy plants with multiple tillers (secondary stalks) provide early yields of lavender colored ears. Parching corn is a soft kernelled type that puffs slightly when heated in a dry skillet, and makes a great snack eaten out of hand. It also grinds down to a beautiful pink cornmeal, used often in our house for pancakes, muffins, and cornbread. One of the more beautiful corns we’ve come across and wonderfully adapted to PNW growing conditions.
80-90 days. DW

Packet: 1oz (~80 seeds)

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