How to Grow Corn
Peaches and Cream corn is one of the sweetest and most tender corns ever developed that matures early for a quality bicolor and sweet flavor.
The Bloody Butcher corn's kernels are deep red and can be used for roasting or frying when young but generally used for flour or corn meal.
The Hickory King Yellow is a 12 foot tall corn producing large kernels not seen today's corn -- you will have to see it to believe it!
Quickie corn gets its name for being one of the earliest corns to mature and is a great tasting variety with bi-color corn that displays well!
The Red Husk Spectrum corn variety has red stalks and husk with kernels that are a combination of many unique colors, making it a wonderful fall display!