Plants grow 6 – 8 feet tall and bears ears reaching 7 – 8 inches long
Ideal for freezing and fresh eating
New for 2021
From the Collection
Once promoted as ??the best white sweet corn in the world,?? this hardy mid-season variety bears one to two ears on stalks that reach 7-8″” long. Plants grow 6-8′ tall and produce ears with large kernels that, when cooked, have a creamy consistency and range in sweetness by ear. Named for Mary Atkinson of London, Ohio, this variety is believed to have been stewarded by the Atkinson family since before 1850; it was donated to Seed Savers Exchange in the early 1980s by W.W. Williams. Organic.