60 to 80 days. Amazingly orange ears are produced super early! We are thrilled to introduce
another brand-new open pollinated variety from the gifted corn breeder Ed Schultz of
Bozeman Montana. Although newly released, the variety is nothing new, Ed spent 30 years
developing this fantastic soft flint corn. This lovely variety sports a range of orange color
from brilliant sunburst orange to pumpkin orange to russett orange....even the cobs are
orange! For an added surprise, it will throw an occasional all-white ear. Three to five foot-tall
stalks produce 1 to 2 ten-inch ears with 8 rows of kernels in about 60 days.