Palouse Heritage Red Walla Walla™ Wheat is a late-maturing soft red grain of legendary flavor native to Great Britain where it has long been known as English Squarehead for the distinctive shape of its spikes. It was introduced to the Columbia Plateau in the 1890s where it flourished in the Walla Walla Valley and the Palouse Hills. High protein soft red wheats like Red Walla Walla™ have been used for centuries for scones, flatbreads, and pastas, and are also prized by craft brewers for imparting a rich spiciness to Hefeweizen wheat beers.