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 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!

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.

The Bodacious corn is a beautiful, uniform, well-filled ear of corn. This high quality yellow sweet corn that has large, mouth-watering kernels. The Bodacious has 18 rows and 8" ears and its kernels are delicious, sugary and very tender. Bodacious is a great corn for fresh eating, freezing and canning. This variety is a popular yellow market variety that holds well once picked and it tolerates cold weather conditions better than most.

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.

Honey Select Sweet corn is known for it's tenderness, flavor and of course, sweetness. No wonder this variety is an All American Selection winner! Honey Select corn is a yellow Triplesweet that will produce large ears with medium-green husks and good flags. Honey Select produces a very high quality ear that can average 8.5" in length with 18-20.

Sweetness begins with excellent emergence and vigor and continues its season with a sturdy plant that produces a nice ear with solid tip fill. Sweetness also has a protective package that makes a nice presentation for the consumer. The eating quality stands out as one of the best for the season. Intermediate Resistance: Common Rust, Stewart’s Wilt, Northern Corn Leaf Blight

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.

Bloody Butcher is an old style dent corn that is a great ornamental variety! Bloody Butcher is heirloom corn variety thats been in the United States since 1845. Its stalks reach 10-12 feet tall with two to six ears per stalk. This variety's kernels are deep red and can be used for roasting or frying when young but generally used for flour or corn meal. This variety also has a good flavor!

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 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!

The Serendipity corn is a new type of corn offering 2 kernel types - 75% sugar enhanced and 25% supersweet. This variety has a crunchy, sweet flavor that bursts from these plump ears! One of an entirely new type of corn called TripleSweet, Serendipity combines the crunchy texture of sugar enhanced types with the extra sweetness and holding ability of the supersweets! The Serendipity is absolutely delicious!

Early Golden Bantam corn, also known simply as Golden Bantam, is a classic and iconic sweet corn variety with a rich history dating back to the early 20th century. Introduced in 1902 by W. Atlee Burpee, it quickly became one of the most popular corn varieties in the United States. This heirloom corn is cherished for its exceptional flavor and remains a favorite among home gardeners and corn enthusiasts. In terms of taste, Early Golden Bantam corn is celebrated for its exceptional sweetness and tender kernels. When harvested at its peak ripeness, the kernels are a vibrant golden-yellow color and offer a rich, full-bodied corn flavor that is a true delight to the palate. It is often considered one of the sweetest heirloom corn varieties available, making it a standout choice for those seeking a delectable corn-eating experience. The corn stalks typically reach a height of about 5 to 6 feet, producing small to medium-sized ears that are around 6-7 inches long. Early Golden Bantam corn has a relatively short maturity period, usually taking about 75-80 days from planting to harvest, making it suitable for regions with shorter growing seasons. Each ear contains approximately 8 rows of kernels, with 12-14 rows per inch. It is a prolific producer, and each stalk usually yields 1 to 2 ears. To successfully grow Early Golden Bantam corn, you should provide it with well-drained soil rich in organic matter. Plant the seeds in full sun and ensure they receive consistent moisture throughout the growing season. Adequate spacing between rows (about 30 inches) allows for good air circulation and prevents overcrowding. This variety is also known for its resistance to common corn pests and diseases. Planting in blocks rather than single rows can improve pollination, leading to more uniform ears. Overall, Early Golden Bantam corn is a beloved heirloom variety that offers a combination of historical significance and exceptional flavor, making it a delightful addition to any garden or dinner plate.

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.

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 Butter and Sugar corn is considered the best tasting corn by many gardeners. It is a favorite for its sweet flavor, texture and quality. This plant produces 1 or 2 ears, 7-1/2 inches long with 12 to 14 rows of bicolored kernels. The Butter and Sugar maintains quality and texture for several days.  This corn variety truly as a great sugary flavor that is second to none.

Peaches and Cream is one of the sweetest and most tender corns ever developed. This variety is a delicious gourmet bicolor sweet corn that has a great tasting yellow and white kernels. Peaches and Cream matures early for a quality bicolor and sweet flavor.

The Wampum corn is an earlier version of a Carousel type of ornamental corn with ears that are 4-5 in. long and 1.25 in. diameter. This variety's colors may include many shades of yellow, gold, white, pink, red, blue, black, and purple. There is lots of color variation on a single ear. The Wampum's husk color is both maroon and white, resembling a Carousel and Mini Indian, but matures 2 weeks earlier.