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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How to Grow Corn

Yellowstone corn variety has done well in the Southern region and in Northeast regions as well. Yellowstone has tested well for good emergence, 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 adhering to the Augmented level of a crisp bite and fresh, sweet taste. Intermediate Resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.

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

R400MR is a superior mushroom variety that has excellent plant health with broad dark green leaves, a study single stalk, and resistance to most diseases. The large single ears give it one of the highest yield potentials in the market today. The rich orange kernel size is exceptional at 47 k/10g while popping about 80% ball and mushroom flakes. High resistance: Common Rust, NCLB, Grey Leaf Spot, and Goss’ Wilt.

Passion corn is one of the most tender and delicious yellow corn you can grow. This corn variety is a very delicious and easy to grow corn. If you want sweet, yellow tender corn with good holding ability after harvesting then the Passion corn variety is for you!

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.

Red Head broom corn produces a tall spray of seed heads at the top of the plant, laden with shiny red tiny sorghum seeds that birds love. Incorporate seeds into edible bird-feeder wreaths or leave the 2–3' sprays intact to add variety to traditional fall decorations.

Kandy Korn technically is not candy, but its sweetness gives it its name! This corn variety is a long time favorite of most gardeners. Its husk offers burgundy streaks and good protection.

The Ornamental Large Ear is a great ornamental corn that offers awesome display of color. This is the perfect corn for fall or holiday decorations. This corn variety offers 10% purple husk with beautiful kernel colors. The Ornamental Large Ear is the standard "Indian corn" known for its large, beautiful ears.

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

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!

The Sweet G90 corn is an old farm favorite! Originally offered to Funks seed corn dealers, Sweet G90 still remains a favorite to all. This variety is a reliable, rugged, vigorous hybrid.

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.

The Hickory King White is a 12 foot tall corn, you will have to see it to believe it! This variety's large white kernels are not seen in today's corn. Each stalk of the Hickory King White corn produces 2 very large ears that are great for roasting! This corn has a very high leafy green matter which makes it perfect for silage. Its tight husks which help keep out corn worms.

The Silver King is earlier than the Silver Queen variety and every bit as tasty. This corn is a Sugar Enhanced corn type that is amongst the earliest corns to mature. With slightly larger ears than of 16 to 18 tightly packed rows of snowy white kernels pack every ear of this succulent corn! The stalks reach 6 to 7 feet high and are wonderfully resilient, tolerating Rust, Stewart's Wilt, and Northern Corn Leaf Blight.

Strawberry popcorn can be used as ornamental or delicious popped corn! This beautiful popcorn is often grown for its ornamental quality, but has a delicious crunch and taste when used as a popped corn. The charming effect of these tiny 2 inch ears of rich, shiny mahogany color, encased in straw colored husks, makes them popular for a holiday table decoration.

Nectar falls into the Quad Sweets family of heirloom taste and modern sweetness. At a 78 day maturity, it works well in tandem with Temptress. Nectar has a good size plant at 7' and a nice ear height of 30". It has excellent tip fill and husk protection and overall has a very nice appearance. It is easy to harvest, as it has a quick snap, is easy to package, and stores well. Nectar, like the rest of the Quad Sweets, is a grower friendly variety and a favorite with customers for its exceptional taste.

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.

The Buttergold corn has a sweet, tender and delicious flavor that is one you can't beat! This large sugary corn has a great keeping quality, making them excellent for freezing. With good cold soil emergence, the Buttergold is perfect for growing in northern climates, but it can perform well anywhere. Enjoy the mouth-watering sweet flavor of this corn in just 63 days!