Stately plants usually produce 2 ears, 12-14” long. These are white, but the variety has always thrown an occasional rosy-colored ear, and an occasional shoepeg type (random kernels, not in rows). Originally grown in Clarke County, Alabama, where it has been family held in the Bedwell family for at least a century. Fine for roasting ears, cornmeal, and hominy. See Edna Bedwell’s recipe, to make incomparable creamed corn.