(Triticum dicoccum) I brought two seedheads of this wheat back from Ethiopia in 1993 and I have since mailed out many thousands of packets around the world. It has become a commercial crop in California. It grows to 4 feet high, matures in about 80 days and has an unusual pretty blue cast to both seedheads and seeds. Easy to thresh and delicious cooked as a whole grain. As well, it makes the best sprouted wheat berries I have ever tried. Consistently gives great yields.
In 2022, it was planted June 17th and harvested at the end of August.