Corn and Popcorn
Corn and Popcorn Seed
Corn needs warm soil (65-85F) to germinate well, in moist but not overly wet conditions. Corn is wind-pollinated, so plant in blocks of at least 4 rows. Plant seed 1 in deep, 4-8 in apart, in rows 24-26 in apart, depending on the size of the variety. Thin to 8-12 in apart once sprouted. SPECIAL NOTE: Untreated corn seed is particularly vulnerable to poor germination or failure if planted in too cool or wet conditions. Check with your local agriculture department for known pests and pest controls.
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A wonderful blend of colored tall sorghum. The seeds and 'brooms' have a rich and vibrant array of c..
Heirloom variety from the mid-1880's. Very ornamental and makes a very good cornmeal and even can be..
This is a premium blend of ornamental corn, commonly referred to as 'Indian Corn', selected to provi..
This is a terrific heirloom sweet corn. While there are other newer varieties that may be sweeter, ..
With their remarkable range of colors these large multicolored ears are increasingly popular for hom..
This is a classic 'yellow' popcorn, which pops to large, fluffy-white tasty morsels. Consistent pro..
This is a terrific dual-purpose popcorn, great for decorative and popping use. With a wonderful arr..
This blue hybrid will easily out yield open pollinated blue varieties. Ears are up to 8 inches, with..
This is a fun dual-use corn with tiny red jewel-like kernels, carried on compact, strawberry-shaped ..
Truly a "triple threat' corn, considered to be one of the finest of the corns perfectly bred for roa..
Dating back to the mid-1800's and a recognized prize winner of the 1893 World's Fair, Reid's Yellow ..
This is a terrific early season bi-color SE sweet corn. Nicely sweet and flavorful, it is known for..
Heirloom white sweet corn known to produce large ears of up to 4 or 5 to a stalk depending on soil c..
Around for decades, Golden Beauty is a wonderful hybrid sweet corn, awarded as an AAS winner in 1955..