The kernels of guinea flint corn are a warm, pumpkin color in this beautiful heirloom strain. Sturdy and full bodied, Guinea Flint corn makes a hearty cornmeal. Professor David Shields of the University of South Carolina has found that this corn crossed the Atlantic twice, once in pre-Colonial days from the South to Africa, where certain qualities selected by growers. When it returned to the South in the 19th century, the single-ear-per-stalk crop could produce up to eight cobs per stalk. We are extremely happy to be able to offer it to you.