Open-Pollinated Sweet Corn

Please refer to Corn Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 1 oz (28g) (about 110-210 seeds, depending on variety) sows 30-45 feet.




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Ashworth Sweet Corn 28g

Ashworth Sweet Corn 28g

Small crop, now sold out for 2016 (yellow) 69 days. An early maturing, widely adapted sweet corn with good flavor and dependability. Stalks average 5 ft. with 1-2 ears (6-7 in. long) containing 12 rows of yellow kernels per ear. Pkt (28 g).
$3.25

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Aunt Mary's Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

Aunt Mary's Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

(white) 69 days. [Ohio heirloom, Our stock is from the original 1800s native strain. Later selected for canning and commercial seed sales.] Aunt Mary’s has attracted a loyal following among gardeners and seed savers. 6-8 ft. sturdy stalks, 1-2 ears/stalk, 6-8 in. ears, most with 12-14 rows of...
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Aunt Mary's Sweet Corn 28 g

Aunt Mary's Sweet Corn 28 g

(white) 69 days. [Ohio heirloom, Our stock is from the original 1800s native strain. Later selected for canning and commercial seed sales.] Aunt Mary’s has attracted a loyal following among gardeners and seed savers. 6-8 ft. sturdy stalks, 1-2 ears/stalk, 6-8 in. ears, most with 12-14 rows of...
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Black Mexican (Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

Black Mexican (Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

(Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) (white at edible stage) 76 days. [1864. Despite its name, it appears to have originated in upper NY, and was probably derived from Iroquois Black Puckers. The name may have been given by a seed company trying to give novelty to its seed offerings, a practice not...
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Black Mexican (Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) Sweet Corn 28g

Black Mexican (Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) Sweet Corn 28g

(Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) (white at edible stage) 76 days. [1864. Despite its name, it appears to have originated in upper NY, and was probably derived from Iroquois Black Puckers. The name may have been given by a seed company trying to give novelty to its seed offerings, a practice not...
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Chires Baby Sweet Corn 4 g

Chires Baby Sweet Corn 4 g

(75 days) The fancy corn seen in Asian restaurants! Plants usually have 3-5 stalks, with 8-12 ears per stalk. Ears are 2-3" long. Harvest soon after silks emerge (within 5 days) to stimulate more ears forming. Planting: same spacing as other corn. Easy to grow, as corn earworms don't have time...
$2.75

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Country Gentleman (Shoepeg) Sweet Corn 28g

Country Gentleman (Shoepeg) Sweet Corn 28g

(Shoepeg) (white) 93 days. [1891] The dense, round kernels are irregularly arranged instead of in rows, giving these ears a striking appearance. The sweet 8 in. ears remain in the milk stage longer than many varieties. 2 ears per stalk. A favorite for freezing and creamed corn. Well known...
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Golden Bantam 8 Row Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

Golden Bantam 8 Row Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

(yellow) 78 days. [Introduced 1902 by Burpee. Originated in MA.] 5-6 ft. stalks can be planted more closely than other varieties. Ears 6½ in. long with 8 rows of golden- yellow kernels. The milk stage is short, and the ears must be picked without delay. (¼ lb = 4 oz = 114 g)
$5.25

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Golden Bantam 8 Row Sweet Corn 228g

Golden Bantam 8 Row Sweet Corn 228g

(yellow) 78 days. [Introduced 1902 by Burpee. Originated in MA.] 5-6 ft. stalks can be planted more closely than other varieties. Ears 6½ in. long with 8 rows of golden- yellow kernels. The milk stage is short, and the ears must be picked without delay. (½ lb = 8 oz = 228 g)
$8.25

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Golden Bantam 8 Row Sweet Corn 28g

Golden Bantam 8 Row Sweet Corn 28g

(yellow) 78 days. [Introduced 1902 by Burpee. Originated in MA.] 5-6 ft. stalks can be planted more closely than other varieties. Ears 6½ in. long with 8 rows of golden- yellow kernels. The milk stage is short, and the ears must be picked without delay. Pkt.
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Luther Hill Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

Luther Hill Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

(white) 82 Days. [Developed 1902 in Andover Township, NJ, by Rutgers University horticulturist Luther Hill.] Produces two 6 in. ears on each 5½ ft. tall stalk. A home garden variety adapted to the Appalachian foothills. Can be grown as far north as southern Ontario. Flavor is unsurpassed...
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Luther Hill Sweet Corn 28 g

Luther Hill Sweet Corn 28 g

(white) 82 Days. [Developed 1902 in Andover Township, NJ, by Rutgers University horticulturist Luther Hill.] Produces two 6 in. ears on each 5½ ft. tall stalk. A home garden variety adapted to the Appalachian foothills. Can be grown as far north as southern Ontario. Flavor is unsurpassed...
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Painted Hill Sweet Corn 28g

Painted Hill Sweet Corn 28g

(rainbow) 75-80 days. [Alan Kapuler, from a stabilized cross of Painted Mountain flour corn and Luther Hill sweet corn.] This beautiful, widely adapted super hardy sweet corn is mostly white in its fresh stage, with some other colors, before drying to its full range of colors. Not very sweet, and...
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Stowell's Evergreen Sweet Corn 28g

Stowell's Evergreen Sweet Corn 28g

(white) 98 days. [1848 One of the oldest white sweet corns, tracing back to Native American stock. Developed by Nathan Stowell of NJ.] Ears are large, 8-9 in., with deep, wide kernels in 16-18 rows. Remains in the milk stage a long time, hence the name “ever- green.” Dependable variety in the...
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Texas Honey June Sweet Corn 28 g

Texas Honey June Sweet Corn 28 g

(white) 97 days. True corn flavor with a sweetness reminiscent of honey. Widely adapted heirloom that can be grown in northern as well as southern areas. Extremely tight husks help exclude earworms and sap beetles. 8' stalks bear 2-3 ears per stalk. Ears average 6-1/2" with 10-16 rows of white...
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