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'Bear Paw' Corn
Description: (Zea mays). A popcorn type developed by Glenn Thompson of Vermont in the early 1900s and featured in the Vermont exhibit at the World’s Fair. Plants 4 to 5 feet tall produce 4 to 5 inch ears that are often flattened and split at the silk end with purple coloring on husks and stems and pearly off-white kernels. About 90 to 100 days to harvest from seeds. Alternative spelling Bearpaw.
Days To Maturity: 90-100
Seed Sources: Seed Savers Exchange - updated in 2014

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