(white) 98 days. [1848. One of the oldest white sweet corns, tracing back to Native American stock. Developed by Nathan Stowell of NJ.] Ears are large, 8-9 in., with deep, wide kernels in 16-18 rows. Remains in the milk stage a long time, hence the name “ever- green.” Dependable variety in the Mid-Atlantic. 8 ft. stalks. Pkt.

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  • Item # 41107

Open-Pollinated Sweet Corn

Zea mays
Please refer to our Corn Growing Guide for cultural information.
Packet: 1 oz (28g) (about 110-210 seeds, depending on variety) sows 30-45 feet.