100 days. Flour corn landrace developed by Joseph Lofthouse of Landrace Garden Seeds in Paradise, Utah. A landrace is a regionally adapted population containing more diversity than a traditional variety. Pastel kernels are great for grinding into flour, and as decoration. Large kernels on 8” ears.
How to grow it:
After all danger of frost has passed, plant 2 seeds 12" apart in rows 18" apart. Thin to one strong plant per row foot. Corn is wind pollinated, so plant in blocks at least 5' x 5' to ensure adequate pollination. Allow cobs to dry on the plant as long as weather remains dry.