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Blue corn plants are drought tolerant and can grow up to 1 to 2 meters in height. They produce long corn cobs that range between 17-23 centimeters in length. Blue corn cobs have pale green to white husks that when peeled back reveals dark blue kernels. Blue corn can be eaten young as a sweet corn and is typically sweeter than yellow corn. If allowed to mature and dried it can be used to make flour.
Blue Corn is available during the summer months.
Blue corn also known as maize is a member of the Poaceae or grass family. Blue corn has anthocyanins that gives it is blue color and is also believed to protect against obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.