During Kwanzaa, the muhindi are the ears of corn which represent the offspring (children) of the stalk (parents of the house). At least two ears of corn are placed down on the mat regardless of whether there are children in the immediate family or not for the children of the community belong to all of us and every adult in African tradition is considered an immediate or social parent.
Muhindi | Kwanzaa Corn
Price is per ear.
Colors may vary.
The average length per ear is approx. 14" long (including stalk)