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Corn - Peaches and Cream Seeds - Organic
Peaches and Cream Corn is a delicious bi-color variety with sweet and tender yellow and white kernels. The kernels actually produce two different flavors in every bite. This corn matures earlier than most corn and is great for fresh eating. It's ready to harvest after 70 days with ears 8" long growing on plants that are 6' tall. Easy to grow and a great choice for new gardeners,
Corn seeds can be planted directly into the garden soil.
Sow seed directly into the warm garden soil in late spring to early summer.
Plant seeds 1” deep and 10" apart in rows that are 30" wide. They should come up in 7-10 days depending on the soil temperature and grow quickly in warm weather.
Corn is wind-pollinated so plant them together in a block of at least 4 rows. These plants are heavy feeders on available soil nutrients. If organic compost or manure wasn't worked into the soil last fall. they will need additional compost added during the growing season.
Each packet contains 100 Organic Corn - Peaches and Cream seeds. Zea mays. Annual. Open-pollinated, heirloom, Non-GMO. Begin harvesting in 70 days. $3.00
This packet plants 5 rows 15' long for a total of 90 plants.
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Sweet Corn is Delicious
Ears of corn are edible and delicious when grilled or prepared many other ways while still on the cob. When the kernels are removed from the cob it can be made into salsa, soup, fritters, succotash, and cornbread. Corn can be made into flour, cornmeal, corn syrup, and corn oil, ethanol, and whiskey.
Corn plants are tall and sturdy and will provide shade for other vegetables in the garden. They create a great opportunity to plant and grow lettuce and spinach and other plants that will bolt in the full heat of the sun. Planting corn can also provide a living trellis for other crops in the garden like peas. Don't plant corn next to tomatoes.
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