On Nov 4, 2005, Farmerdill from Augusta, GA (Zone 8a) wrote:
Southern Exposure, offers this description: "maroon-black) 80 days. Makes beautiful black and white popped corn. [Mennonite heirloom.] Good flavor, and it pops well. The popped kernels are crunchy and are bright white with black accents. The decorative 4 to 5" ears are mostly black, while some are dark maroon. Stalks average 6' and bear two ears per stalk."