While we think it is bluer than any other color, it has a subtle pink or purple hue. The white fluffy popcorn will still leave your mouth watering and wanting more. This is popcorn with a dark blue hull and has been propagated from Indian Artifacts.
Very large yields of 2-3 9" long ears per stalk. Kernels are orange in color and when popped become mushroom shaped with a good buttery flavor. The 5' stalks produce good quality, 6" ears; a high yielding variety.
Highly decorative, the 4 foot stalks yield 2-4 mahogany-red cobs with irregularly spaced kernels. The small 2-3" cobs resemble strawberries in shape and color and are fun and easy to grow. They make great fall decorations as well as good popcorn.