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This early heirloom sweet corn produces small, flavorful white ears on short plants adapted to mild northern and coastal summer climates. If left to mature past the sweet eating stage, the kernels turn dark purple for beautiful fall decorations.
Days to Harvest: 65
5/29/2013 4:50:20 PM
This is a great corn for northern gardeners. I live in an area that's brutal! We have consistant high winds, late frosts and early frosts that frequent our area giving us a very short growing season. This corn was wonderful through it all! It stayed strong in our sever winds with minimal damage, and it produced well right at the end, giving us beautiful and very tasty ears of corn until our first hard freeze! I will definitely be growing this corn again in the future!
2/4/2014 1:05:37 AM
A very different texture from your average crisp corn but still really good. Like the another comment, these corn can withstand the cold. Very easy to grow also.
6/7/2014 12:43:23 PM
Here in Texas, we planted in mid- to late March. 9 weeks later and we've harvested every last ear and they're amazingly sweet and perfect! We'll definitely order these seeds again- thanks Seeds of Change!
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