110 days. This remarkable white milling corn was introduced to us by Lewis Lassiter of Slocomb, Alabama. Lewis originally received seed from a relative who had forgotten about it being stored in his freezer for over 10 years. It is locally known as Zale Halloway's corn after the farmer who originally grew it in the 1930's in southeastern Alabama; grain mills in that area still recognize it upon sight! This corn can produce three good ears on tall stalks. Used as a cream corn when picked in the milk stage and makes a wonderful cornmeal when ground extra fine. The 10- to 12-inch ears have 12 to 15 rows of creamy white kernels, flecked with an occasional purple one. We are excited to add another heirloom corn from the South to our offerings! Limited supply.