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Corn

Crisp and sweet, fresh sweet corn is one of the special treats of summer.  But there are so many other types of corn.  Grow colorful flour corn, field corn for livestock feed, or popcorn for fun and delicious treats.

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  • Black Aztec Corn

    85 day.  A beautiful black corn, it dates back to the 1800's in the seed trade, but is the corn grown by the Aztecs over 2000 years ago.  It's a good choice for corn meal or flour, a beautiful decorating corn, and can also be eaten as a...

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  • Bloody Butcher Corn

    Bloody Butcher Corn

    105 day.  Bloody Butcher is a beautiful multi-purpose corn.  It makes great corn meal or flour, is a beautiful decorating corn, and it can be eaten as a sweet corn when picked in it's milk stage.  It has large ears with deep burgundy...

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  • Boone County White Corn

    120 days.  One of the highest yielding white field corns for the central and southern parts of the corn belt.  It is also a good multi-purpose corn, good eaten fresh in the milk stage or left to be a dry corn.  It was originally grown for...

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  • Calico Popcorn

    105 days. In between a miniature and full sized corn, this Indian corn has 4-6 inch cobs with fun and delicious popcorn. Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.   PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:   Planting Depth: 1 inch Plant Spacing: 12 inches Row...

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  • Carousel Popcorn

    110 days A miniature popcorn with beautiful, 3-4 inch, Indian corn colored cobs.  Use it to decorate in the fall and then dry the cobs for popcorn all winter long. Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.   PLANTING...

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  • Country Gentleman Sweet Corn

    92 day.   A white shoepeg corn, this is a fun one to grow.  Small, tender white kernels that are crisp when harvested at their peak.  A good choice for fresh eating or freezing.   Minimum of 100 seeds per packet...

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  • Double Standard Sweet Corn - Organic

    73 days. The first open pollinated bicolor sweet corn, it is based on two really old yellow and white sweet corns. Minimum of 50 seeds per packet.   PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:   Planting Depth: 1 inch Plant Spacing: 12 inches Row...

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  • Fisher's Earliest Sweet Corn - Organic

    SOLD OUT 70 days.  Originally grown by Ken Fisher in Montana, this sweet corn is adapted to cooler climates.  It produces one ear per stalk on 5-6 foot tall plants.  Each ear has 10-12 rows of light yellow kernels.   Minimum of 50...

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  • Golden Bantam Sweet Corn

    70-85 day.   A nice, heirloom yellow sweet corn.  The one from which most of the original hybrid yellow sweet corns were developed.  When picked at it's peak, it has a sweet, rich corn flavor that rivals any hybrid...

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  • Golden Bantam Sweet Corn - Bulk

    70-85 day.   A nice, heirloom yellow sweet corn.  The one from which most of the original hybrid yellow sweet corns were developed.  When picked at it's peak, it has a sweet, rich corn flavor that rivals any hybrid...

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  • Hickory King White Corn - Bulk

    115 days. With its very large yellow kernels, Hickory King is a great roasting corn. It is also used for grits, cornmeal, and tortillas. It is especially good for hominy since the skins are easily removed by soaking.   Minumum of 350 seeds per...

  • Hopi Blue Corn

    Hopi Blue Corn

    110 day.  Originally grown by the Hopi Indians, Hopi Blue is our favorite field corn.  Beautiful plants grew long, thin ears with lots of deep blue-purple kernels.  Flour made from these kernels can be used to make exceptionally flavored...

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  • Japanese White Hulless Popcorn

    86 days.  Japanese Hulless is the standard white popcorn.  4-5 foot plants grow lots of 4 inch ears, popping up into beautiful white popcorn.   Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.   PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:   Planting Depth: 1...

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  • Lady Finger Popcorn

    This Amish hielroom produces slim, 6-7 inch ears with tiny kernels that pop up light and flavorful. One of everyone's favorite eating popcorns.   Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.   PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:   Planting Depth: 1...

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  • Lancaster Sure Crop Corn

    115 days.  An excellent yellow field corn, Lancaster Sure Crop was developed in the early 1900's by Isaac Hershey.  Most modern corns can trace itself back to Lancaster Sure Crop.  It has huge plants, 10-12 feet tall, with 10 inch long...

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