120 days — 'Bloody Butcher' is an old dent-type corn has been grown in the United States since at least 1845. Its stalks reach ten to twelve feet tall producing two to six ears of corn per plant.
The kernels are striped red or dark red on pink to red cobs. An occasional white ear may appear. 'Bloody Butcher' can be used as roasting
corn when young, but it is historically used for flour, corn meal, or animal feed. It is good flavored. Each packet contains one ounce, which is approximately 100 seeds.