Corn - Black Aztec (Zea mays)
Corn, Black Aztec (Mexican, Central American origin) Introduced to the seed trade in the 1860s, but has been grown for hundreds of years, particularly by the Aztec Natives
Corn - Oaxacan green dent (Zea mays)
Oaxacan green dent - Traditionally grown with squash and beans which climb up the corn stalks. Drought resistant, sturdy, 7' plants produce emerald green kernels on 10" ears. 75-100 days.