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  1. Golden Bantam Corn

    GOLDEN BANTAM CORN (78 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1902 Prior to the 20th century almost all of the cultivated varieties of corn in this country were white. In 1902 W. Atlee Burpee Co. introduced the yellow Golden Bantam and it became tremendously popular, changing the color preference of the entire country within a decade. Ears are 6 to 7 inches long and very well filled with big, starchy, flavorful kernels. 1.5 oz packet, approx 160 seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  2. COUNTRY GENTLEMAN CORN (heirloom) **SOLD OUT**

    COUNTRY GENTLEMAN CORN (heirloom) **SOLD OUT**

    HEIRLOOM 1890 According to the 1936 James Vicks catalog: " Of all the white varieties this is surely the sweetest and most delicious corn to eat and it remains in an edible condition longer than any other variety after picking, retaining its sweet flavor for a long time. Plants are 6 to 7 feet tall often bearing 3 ears to a stalk. The cob is unusually small, and is covered with long, slender, shoe-peg like grains irregularly set". 75 seeds. Learn More

    Regular Price: $2.25

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  3. HOPI BLUE DENT CORN   ***sold out***

    HOPI BLUE DENT CORN ***sold out***

    HEIRLOOM A royal blue colored flint corn that can be eaten as sweet corn when picked young, ground into meal for tortillas and bread after being dried, or used ornamentally for fall decoration. Bushy, five foot tall stalks with 8 to 10 inch ears. 1 oz packet, approx 100 seeds Learn More

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  4. Stowell's Evergreen Corn

    STOWELLS EVERGREEN CORN (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1848 There is an interesting story about this variety in the Seed Savers Exchange catalog. Nathaniel Stowell worked for decades developing this variety. He sold 2 ears to a friend for 4 dollars and the friend agreed that it was just for private use. The "friend" sold the seed for $20,000 and it was introduced to the seed trade. DM Ferry had this to say in 1930, "The standard main crop variety - it is hardy and productive, very tender and sugary - the ears about 7 to 8 inches long, 14 -20 rowed, with very white grain. The stalks are about 7-1/2 feet high". 75 seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  5. Bloody Butcher Corn

    BLOODY BUTCHER CORN

    A stunning, decorative and useful corn variety growing to 12 feet tall with 8-12 inch reddish maroon ears, intensely colorful kernels can be ground into flour and cornmeal while still being edible when young and eaten like a sweet corn. 100 sds. Learn More
    $2.25

  6. Green Oxacana Corn

    GREEN OAXACAN CORN

    This unusual variety with forest green kernels originated in Mexico and has been grown for hundreds of years. It was and could be used to make tortillas or very unique decoration for the autumn season. Grows to 7 feet. 100 sds. Learn More
    $2.25

  7. Mini Pink Popcorn

    MINI PINK POPCORN

    Baby sized mauve pink ears are 3-5 inches long with stalks growing up to 7 feet. It is a fun, uncommon variety to grow and the kernels when popped are delicious, having a bit of a nutty taste. Even if you don't like popcorn it can used creatively in crafts and arrangements. 50 sds. Learn More
    $1.95

  8. Incredible Corn

    INCREDIBLE CORN (F1 hybrid 84 days)

    This is our choice as the best main crop yellow corn for the home gardener. Ear length is a full 9.5" with a diameter of 2". Stalks are 8' tall. Eating quality is definitely first rate due to the presence of the sugary enhancer gene. Color is an attractive bright yellow with a very tender kernel. I'd say that we get more compliments on, and repeat business from, this "sugary enhanced" variety than practically anything in the catalog. This wonderful corn does not germinate well in even slightly cold or wet soil. 1.5 oz packet, approx 150 seeds Learn More
    $2.75

  9. SUGAR BUNS CORN (72 days)

    SUGAR BUNS CORN (72 days)

    A superb, early sugar enhanced hybrid with 7 inch ears and 14 rows of luscious kernels that pop in your mouth. With a great eating quality and long harvest, this corn is a top choice variety for your garden. Stalks are 5 to 6 feet tall. 1.5 oz packet, approx 150 seeds Learn More
    $2.25

  10. LANCELOT CORN (F1 hybrid 79 days) *sold out*

    LANCELOT CORN (F1 hybrid 79 days) *sold out*

    This is a sugary enhanced (se) variety whose breeding traces directly back to a single inbred variety developed in the 1960's in Illinois, said to be the original sweet corn with the "se" gene. Refinements to it were necessary, leading many breeders to select varieties with earlier maturity, better plant characteristics, and high eating quality. Lancelot is one of these descendents. Large, full ears (over 8") have 16 to 18 rows of big, sweet, tender kernels with very good corn flavor.? 1.5 oz packet, approx 150 seeds Learn More

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  11. HONEY & CREAM CORN (F1 hybrid 77 days)

    HONEY & CREAM CORN (F1 hybrid 77 days)

    This long time favorite bicolor corn produces excellent flavor and appearance. Stalks are 7-1/2 feet tall and produce 7 inch ears with 12 to 14 rows per ear. Superior flavor for a normal sugary variety is the main attraction. 1.5 oz packet, approx 150 seeds Learn More
    $2.25

  12. Quickie Corn

    QUICKIE CORN (F1 Hybrid 64 DAYS )

    Do you yearn for the seasons first taste of corn from your garden? This corn will get you jump-started. One of the earliest bicolors, the 7-1/2 inch ears are filled with delectable kernels that will make your mouth water at the first sight of their ripened ears. Grows on shorter 4 to 5 foot stalks. 1.5 oz packet, approx 150 seeds Learn More
    $2.50

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