Corn

Corn

Corn seed for home gardens. From yellow, white and bicolor to normal sugary, sugar enhanced and supersweet varieties. We also have corn varieties that are resistant to multiple diseases that are common in certain locations. Most corn varieties are offered in bulk of 50 pound bags and more.

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The Double Standard is the first ever bicolor, open-pollinated sweet corn on the market! This variety is an early maturing corn with strong germination in cool soil. The Double Standard was developed to grow well throughout the United States especially in Northern parts. This variety's ears grow up to 7" with 12-14 rows of yellow and white kernels. Double Standard has an excellent traditional corn taste. Its stalks grow to 5' or taller. Certified Organic. Learn more about our organic seeds.

Fiesta is a hybridized selection of Indian corn with various tones of blue, red, yellow, and white. Approximate maturity is 101 days which is 10 to 14 days earlier than other ornamental corns. Ears average 7 to 10 inches in length with 50 to 70% purple husks.

Devotion is a delicious sweet white corn perfect for market use. This corn variety is a high quality white sh2 with a superb taste. This corn variety has 8-inch ears with a nice husk package and good tip cover. Devotion corn plant will produce 16 to 18 rows of attractive, bright white kernels.

A full season high eating quality hybrid with ideal ear size for roadside markets. Cadence XR has an attractive husk package with excellent field performance. Xtra-Tender™ eating quality.

Truckers Favorite Yellow is an heirloom yellow dent field corn that is excellent for roasting or frying or used as a dent. This variety stays fresh for a long time. Truckers Favorite Yellow stalks are 8-9' tall and ears are 8-10" and have 14-18 rows. This corn has high yields with good soil fertilization and is an excellent foliage for early fodder.

Delectable RM has large well-filled ears and dark green husk. It has a wide range of adaptability and versatility in several markets. It is pleasing to the consumer for it's good texture and taste. Delectable RM has also been given an added boost with a stronger disease package, making a favorite more favorable. Intermediate Resistance: Stewart’s Wilt, NCLB

A high yielding mid-season producer of large ears, improved husk protection and ability to handle difficult growing seasons. Does well in home gardens, fresh and shipping markets.

Profit has been a favorite for years with its proven vigor and adaptability. It is a grower friendly variety due to its emergence and yield. It also presents itself very well for the consumer with large ears for the season, attractive flags, and good husk protection and tip fill. Profit also brings a better eating quality to the table for the Synergistics. Intermediate Resistance: Common Rust, Stewart’s Wilt, Northern Corn Leaf Blight

A delicious main-season bicolor with excellent husk protection and consistent tip fill. Excellent variety for roadside stands and fresh markets. Holds well in the field. Xtra-Tender™ eating quality.

Main-season bicolor with excellent seedling vigor, eating quality, and husk appearance is a great choice for any fresh market. Big, full ears with vibrant color, uniformity, and tip fill. Sturdy plants resist lodging. The yield and performance will have you singing this Anthem.

A widely adapted white corn with multiple disease resistances. Great ear size and appearance combined with high yield potential make Freedom MXR an excellent for home gardens and market growers.

The Jubilee corn variety is an old-time favorite corn. Jubilee is one of the most popular varieties we sell and is excellent for late summer enjoyment. Its stalks reach 6 feet tall, and the 9 inch ears have deep, tender yellow kernels. You can pick it right off the stalk and cook for dinner. Jubilee is sure to make you happy as it is one of the great tasting corns on the market!

Tasty bicolor corn with good ear size for an early corn. Good eating quality and strong seedling vigor. Xtra-Tender™ eating quality.

Argent is a heterozygous sugary enhancer with excellent eating quality. It is noted for its wide adaptability and disease tolerance. High Resistance: Stewart’s Wilt. Intermediate Resistance: Northern Corn Leaf Blight.

Get a jump start by planting the Trinity corn early in cooler soil! This corn variety is a slender, 8" ear that has 14-16 rows of fine-grained, tender-crisp, very sweet kernels. Trinity as strong germination for early, cool soil planting. The average plant height is 5'. This corn is great for cooler climates!

Kristine s a high yielding and large corn variety. A mid-season synergistic that has excellent flavor and sweetness. The ears are cylindrical and very well filled with nice rowing. Excellent vigor and husk protection are two more pluses for this variety.

An augmented bi-color corn type that was developed at the University of Florida. Everglades had great trial results throughout the Northern and Southern areas of the USA. Everglades has a high level of consistency, a nice dark green package, good kernel contrast. an easy snap and it maintains these qualities in a wide range of conditions while retaining the high eating quality of the Augmented hybrids. Intermediate/Moderate Resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.

Black Amber is a broom corn used for decoration and bird seed. An heirloom sorghum also known as Texas Black Amber Molasses. Stalks were used for forage, silage and sorghum syrup, due to a high sugar content and were used to replace sugar cane. Seed heads are similar to corn tassels but, consist of shiny black hulls encasing amber colored seeds.