Serendipity Triplesweet™ Hybrid Sweet Corn Seeds

Serendipity Triplesweet™ Hybrid Sweet Corn Seeds

High-quality 8-inch ears have tight husks and great staying power

This bicolor is the first of an entirely new type of corn offering 2 kernel types -- 75% sugary-enriched and 25% supersweet

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Genus Zea
Species mays var. rugosa
Variety Serendipity Triplesweet™ Hybrid
Days To Maturity 82
Fruit Color Yellow
Habit Upright
Plant Height 6 ft - 6 ft 6 in
Fruit Length 8 in
Additional Characteristics Direct Sow, Edible
Light Requirements Full Sun
Moisture Requirements Moist,  well-drained
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Outdoor

Review Summary
(Based on 8 Reviews)

5 star rating
Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


5 star rating
Serendipity is the best
Tim from NY wrote on March 09, 2022

Never disappointed with this sweet corn. It is great for eating fresh as well as freezing. I have grown it in northern Indiana and South Eastern New York. Great for the home garden!

5 star rating
Great corn !
Mike Townsend ( 70 years young) from VA wrote on August 21, 2019

A friend gave me some seed to try . He said I would never plant another type after tasting . He's right ! I plan to order for spring 2020 .

5 star rating
Great Variety
Augeor from IN wrote on July 08, 2019

A super-performing bi-color. Good germination rates year after year. This corn is great fresh and also freezes well. The ears have been filled out nicely and they are large. This is the 4th or 5th year of us planting Serendipity and we have no reason to stop.

5 star rating
Best Eating Corn!
Consumer Report from IN wrote on September 04, 2018

First time planting and growing corn. Corn is not my favorite vegetable. I'm not a big vegetable eater other than beans and potatoes. However my brother's father-in-law planted this a few years back and it immediately became my favorite corn variety. Corn never tasted so good! I put this in my mother's garden in SW Indiana. We had a pretty good summer I think weather wise and the garden has an irrigation system. In total I planted about 150 cornels with a germination of about 140. I'm very pleased with the success of germination, growth, yield and flavor. I found the best tasting corn was picked around 60-67 days after planting. I planted on the first of the months to remember easily. Later picking was still better tasting than store bought corn but not as juicy.

5 star rating
Unbelievable flavor!
Rick in Indiana from IN wrote on June 03, 2018

I grew this last year, and was blown away by the flavor. I have planted it again this year and cannot wait for it to mature. I planted it a little too early this year, so germination was a little erratic. The corn sprouted over four or five days. Not sure what effect that will have on pollination. Time will tell.

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