Ladyfinger is an old open-pollinated variety of popcorn is similar to Tom Thumb. If you like small, hulless, tender popcorn, you definitely will want to try this type! Perfect popping corn kernels for family movie night, barbecues, and beyond. A classic for a reason!
History | In 1849, a man named Ebenezer Emmons expressed great interest in a delicate variety of popcorn that he named "Lady Fingers." He considered it the best type of popcorn available at that time. Seed experts theorize that Lady Fingers popcorn seeds originated in South America, since it is quite similar to the popcorn of Argentina and Paraguay.
*Not great for an air popper
About Stone Hollow Farmstead: Family owned and operated by a mother-daughter team and their families, this farm is located in Shelby County, about 30 minutes east of Birmingham, Alabama. A proud part of a flourishing agricultural economy within a community that seeks to preserve its rural heritage. On the farm you'll find a small cadre of farmers, family members, interns, volunteers, and employees, all attending to the daily needs of hundreds of goats and chickens and a few jersey cows, happily living on pasture as nature intended. Stone Hollow considers themselves "grass farmers" who practice management-intensive grazing to ensure healthy pastures and healthy animals. Our goats convert grass into rich milk that we turn into a variety of farmstead cheeses. By supporting their farm, you are supporting a movement that helps grow small farms which are better for animals, the land, and people everywhere.
- Ingredients: Non-GMO popping kernels
- Shelf life: 1 year