Beautiful white and blue kernels on 8 to 10 inch ears, makes superb corn meal or can be used for roasting, if picked young. This great Cherokee variety provides good yields on sturdy stalks, some kernels have eagle-like markings on them, hence the name. (90 days)
Direct-seed into rich soil, 1-2 inches deep, at about the time of last frost in spring. Whether planted in rows or beds, allow about one square foot per plant on average. Pick sweet corn when milky juice fills the kernels; clear juice is immature and chewiness means the ear is over-mature.