Corn Seeds

Sow a crop of corn in your garden.

Enjoy corn-on-the-cob, corn salsa, corn chowder and corn salad fresh from your garden! Ready to sow, these white, yellow, or bi-color sweet corn seeds are either regular sweet corn (high-yielding with old-fashioned flavor), sugar-enhanced sweet corn (sweeter than regular strains, with a creamy, tender texture), super sweet corn (twice the sweetness of regular corn, holding tenderness and flavor for up to two weeks), or triple sweet corn (more original corn taste, with an improved crunchy texture). We know, hard choice, but that’s what is great about corn—you can try them all!

If you love color in your corn, skip over the traditional yellow corn and opt to plant colorful heirloom corn. These multi-colored kernels are great for eating and decorating—especially in the fall. Corn seeds for planting should be directly sown in the garden. If you are lucky enough to have the space, plant successions of corn seed every two weeks to ensure fresh corn for your family to enjoy for the extended season.

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