Japanese Hulless Popcorn
(Also known as Tom Thumb, Australian Hulless, Dwarf Baby Rice)85 days — A very old variety of pop corn that has not lost its appeal to home gardeners. It is quite dwarf in habit with plants only reaching about five feet in height.
Each stalk produces two to three ears that are short and thick, about four inches in length and two inches in diameter. Kernels are arranged irregularly on cob and are unusually tender, sweet, and pure white when popped. Each ounce is approximately 170 seeds.