(white) 98 days. [Introduced by Thoburn and Co. in 1856.] 'Stowell's Ever¯¿½green' is one of the oldest white sweet corns tracing back to American Indian stock. It was developed by Nathan Stowell of New Jersey in 1848 as a cross between Menomony soft corn and northern sugar corn. Ears are large, 8 to 9 in., with deep, wide kernels in 16 to 18 rows. Remains in the milk stage a long time, hence the name 'evergreen'. Adapted to the Mid-Atlantic region, where it is a dependable variety. Stalks reach 8 feet. Pkt.