105-120 days. This historic jewel toned dent corn has been grown in Virginia since at least 1845. Wicked fun to grow!
Beautiful blue corn commands attention! This southwest variety can be ground into a flour for tortillas.
85-100 days. Harvest beautiful ears for fall decoration. Also grind kernels into meal or flour!
85 days. Add brilliant color and novelty to your flower or vegetable garden. Enjoy its jewel-like dark burgundy cobs!
95-100 days. You'll pop over these gorgeous, jewel-like, blackberry-colored kernels! Save the ears for autumn decor.
95-100 days. Electric orange, kernels pop to a large preferred round shape for kettle corn.
100-105 days. These petite strawberry-shaped ruby red ears are a colorful and quaint addition to a fall centerpiece.
84 Days. Bicolor kernels that deliver a great corn flavor and creamy texture in every bite. A true taste of summer.
86 days. Ahhh, the sweet taste of summer! Superb white sweet corn with, with unsurpassed eating quality.
75 days. Just like dad and grandpa grew! Tender, succulent golden kernels on large ears are filled with flavor.
63 days. Ready to pick up to two weeks before other varieties. Great producer in all areas, and extra northern hardy.
84 days. The name says it all. Delicious, bicolored yellow and white kernels hold their juicy sweet flavor for days.
70-80 days. What sweet corn used to taste like! A favorite of gardeners for over 100 years.
70 days. A fiesta on your table! Beautiful colored kernels have delicious, mildly sweet flavor.
65 days. An excellent bicolor corn with high sugar level. Outstanding plump, tender kernels burst with sweet juiciness!
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