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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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!

Obsession is one of the most tender and delicious bicolor corn you can grow, it will be your new obsession! This variety will never be found at markets because this sweet corn is so tender that it must be harvested by hand and should not be packed for transport. Pick it fresh from your own garden and eat it within hours to achieves the highest quality of flavor and texture that corn can have!

Honey & Cream is an old-time classic that still holds its own with good emergence and an heirloom flavor. Intermediate Resistance: Common Rust, Northern Corn Leaf Blight

The Sugar Buns is hard to beat as this variety is an old-time favorite with an excellent taste. This corn is an early maturing corn that is very sweet. The Sugar Buns is one of the sweetest of the SE (Sugar Enhanced) genotype and it is definitely a customer favorite!

One of the earliest supersweet corns on the market. Catalyst XR has average ear size, strong tip fill, as well as outstanding kernel color and sweetness. This hybrid is perfect for early fresh markets and home grown.

Temptress is your early choice for the Quad Sweets as it has strong emergence and a sturdy plant. The consistency of Temptress is impressive for its early maturity, it has strong tip fill, good husk protection and even rowing on good size ears while still boosting the superb eating quality of the QuadSweets. Temptress works very well with the later maturing Nectar. High Resistance to Common Rust (PsRpGDJ) and Intermediate Resistance to NCLB and MDM

The Incredible is one of the best eating corns around and is just like its name, incredible! This corn has a great sugar content and has an excellent sweet taste. The corn husk offers great protection and grows very attractively. Incredible is a disease resistant corn that is a favorite!

Reid's Yellow Dent is one of the most popular open-pollinated corn varieties in America! This corn variety's color is deep yellow, with a lighter cap, but a reddish tinge often appears. The cobs tend to be small and dark red. Ears are 9 to 10 in. long and 7 to 8 in. around with plants growing to 10-14 feet tall. Bigger ears on the stalk can weight up to 1.8 pounds!  Its ear tapers slightly, with 16 to 22 closely spaced rows. The kernels are very deep and narrow to medium in width, slightly keystone in shape, with a square crown.

The Early Golden Bantam is an heirloom sweet corn that is a fast maturing yellow variety. This variety is an old time favorite selected for its tenderness. Early Golden Bantam corn has a great sweet flavor and is a fast maturer. This corn is ideal for freezing and fresh "corn on the cob" eating. It produces an abundance of delicious sweet corn.

The Silver Queen corn is a white sweet corn variety that matures late-season. This F1 Hybrid is one of the sweetest and most tender corns ever developed. The Silver Corn is the popular late-season variety with tenderness and flavor worth waiting for. Breeders will tell you in general that white kernels are just a little sweeter than yellow. This variety is also widely adaptable and has superb eating for normal sugar genotype.

The Ambrosia Corn is a sugar enhanced (SE) bi-color sweet corn with an excellent flavor. This F1 hybrid is a favored plump and juicy corn variety! Named for its delectable taste, Ambrosia has a mix of tasty white and yellow kernels! Ambrosia's 8" long ears are bursting with about 16 rows of jam-packed kernels. This corn will retain its flavor for up to 10 days.

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

The Country Gentleman corn is one of the best tasting open-pollinated corns available! This heirloom variety is a sweet, delicious corn with milky kernels that was first introduced over 100 years ago. Country Gentleman is a white variety with 8” ears. Its ears have no rows, as this is a shoepeg type, and its kernels are packed in a zigzag pattern. Country Gentleman is one of the best heirloom sweet corns in our opinion!

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.

Cameo is a synergistic corn variety. This corn is an excellent grower long 9" ear size. One of the best tasting synergistic varieties we sale. It has a wide range of adaptability and versatility in several markets making Cameo a dependable choice. Intermediate Resistance: Common Rust, Stewart’s Wilt, Northern Corn Leaf Blight

The Broom Blend is a high yielding, colorful and easy to grow corn that has been used for years in broom making. The vibrant fan-shaped seed heads come in a mix of gold, red, bronze and purple. (Does not produce ears of traditional corn.) The cut and dried mature straw can be used for a variety of crafts and dried arrangements, as well as brooms. Birds will love the seeds, too.

A yellow hybrid that has long been know for its fantastic flavor. 8" long ears with bright yellow kernels. Excellent husk protection and good cool-soil vigor. Brings disease resistance to the highest level of eating quality. Excellent for roadside markets.