This page gives instructions on how to buy organic heirloom corn seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
Introduced 1864. Black Mexican Sweet Corn is a time-honored New England sweet corn. Despite its name, it appears to have originated in upper NY, and was probably derived from Iroquois Black Puckers sweet corn. The name may have been given by a seed company attempting to provide novelty to its seed selection, a practice not uncommon in the late 1800s. The kernels, white at milk stage, change to bluish-black in the late milk stage, but the flavor is exceptional. 5-1/2' plants. Ears average 7-1/2" x 1-1/2", typically with 8 rows of kernels. Harvest several days before kernels show color to several days afterwards. Although adapted to New England, it does well as a second early variety in the South. Organically grown. Ready to harvest in 76 days.
Black Mexican 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Golden Bantam Sweet Corn produces 5 to 6 foot stalks that can be planted more closely than other varieties. Ears 6½ inches long with 8 rows of golden yellow kernels. The milk stage is short so the ears must be picked without delay when the silks are dry. Ready to eat in 78 days.
Golden Bantam 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds
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