Bloody Butcher is an old heirloom dent corn from Virginia. (Likely traded amongst Native Americans long before this)
One of the first mentions of Bloody Butcher is in 1845, making this corn a real American heirloom.
This corn will reach 10-12' with 2-6 ears per stalk.
The ears themselves are 8-12" long.
Bloody Butcher will present a range of colors from dark red-black to pink with occasional yellow kernels.
Traditionally used for flour, cornmeal, roasting or frying.
Bloody Butcher has a true corn flavor that's hard to find now days.
Very good drought tolerance.
Excellent Halloween decoration with a perfect name as well for the season.