The name says it all! An incredibly tasty and old heirloom popcorn maintained by the Amish in Pennsylvania for generations- so flavourful it hardly needs any toppings. 7’-8’ plants are very productive and vigorous though requiring a full growing season for us (mid-May to the end of October field harvest). When the husks turn yellow and the kernels begin to dry down, pick & shuck the cobs and hang them indoors to finish drying. For popping make sure the kernels are completely dry – we spread the kernels on trays near our woodstove (after shelling them off of the cobs) in early winter before storing in jars.
Approx. 50 seeds per regular packet.
Approx. 500 seeds per bulk packet.