Please refer to Popcorn Cultural Notes for growing information.
Packet: 1 oz (28g) (approx. 460-580 seeds, depending on variety)
(rainbow) (100 days) [Seed grown by Merlyn Niedens, combining several strains of long ear Cherokee popcorn sent by Carl Barnes of Turpin, OK. Carl has helped save many of the Cherokee corns that came west over the Trail of Tears.] Small kernelled variety makes surprisingly large pops, yielding for a low hull/corn ratio. Great flavor. Highly ornamental, 5-7" ears have many shiny colors including red, blue, orange, white, and yellow. 6-8' plants.
Read about Cherokee Long Ear Small popcorn in this Mother Earth News article that includes a recipe for popcorn pie! >>
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