Triticum turgidum subsp. dicoccum winter. Gorgeous ancient grain that traces back to the earliest cultivation of wheat, dating 3,000 years, and some sources now dating it to prehistoric cultivation of 10,000 years! Emmers are drought-resistance, carrying deep traits of their wild ancestry. Black emmer has a winter growth habit. Beautiful as ornamental grains and in breads, alike. Dehulling the grains is necessary for kitchen use. 20g/packet.
Emmers are tightly hulled and require special dehulling equipment for mass production, though hulless seeds can be selected in your own gardens to grow forward.