(rainbow) 75-80 days. [Alan Kapuler, from a stabilized cross of Painted Mountain flour corn and Luther Hill sweet corn.]
This beautiful, widely adapted, super hardy sweet corn is mostly white in its fresh stage, with some other colors, before drying to its full range of colors. Not very sweet, and the milk stage is short: “real old- timey corn taste” is the polite way of saying that it’s mild compared to modern sweet corn. Taller (6-7 ft.) and with much better cold soil tolerance than Luther Hill. 2+ ears per stalk, 7-8 in. ears with tight husks. Pkt.