Variety from America
Bloody Butcher is old type corn has been grown in the United States since at least 1845. Plants can grow up to 2,5 meters or more in height producing two to six corncob per plant.
Grown mainly as an ornamental now. Bloody Butcher was originally used as sweet corn, for roasting or frying corn when young, ground and used as a corn flour. Its young corns are sweet but become tougher when older.
Ready for harvest in around 100 days.
Corn enjoys well-drained fertile soil and plenty of water!