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Now you can buy Heirloom Corn Seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
Country Gentleman Sweet Corn 100 Heirloom Seeds
Introduced in 1890, Country Gentleman Sweet Corn produces 8" long ears on very tall stalks. Kernels are not laid out in rows but instead are packed in a zigzag pattern. Sweet and delicious, kernels stand up well frozen for corn throughout the winter.
Harvest in 90 days.
Glass Gem Dent Corn (Multi) 100 Heirloom Seeds
Translucent kernels in a rainbow of colors. A distinctive presentation in fall displays, the glassy-looking kernels are unique to this variety. Kernels can be popped, but results may vary. Glass Gem is something of a cross between true, modern popcorn and parching corn. Sturdy plants can reach 10' tall. Avg. ear size 6 to 8 inches. Requires a fairly long growing season for favorable yields. Bred by the late Carl Barnes, an Oklahoma Cherokee who dedicated his life to reclaiming and preserving seed of traditional Native American corns.
Harvest in 20 days.
Golden Bantam 12 Row Sweet Corn (Yellow) 100 Heirloom Seeds
Released in 1922 by the Clark Seed Company of Milford, Connecticut. Although developed from the original Golden Bantam, this is definitely an improved type—larger ears mean higher yields, and the golden yellow corn stays tender longer.
Equally suitable for freezing and fresh eating, this variety was for decades the standard for home and market gardeners. Grown in Grown in Ohio. Drought tolerant. C, F, FM, HG.
Similar to Golden Beauty.
Harvest in 80 days.
Stowell's Evergreen Sweet Corn 100 Heirloom Seeds
Here is your chance to grow a corn in your garden that predates our Civil War, Stowell's Evergreen Sweet Corn! Though this is one of the oldest, sweetest white corns available, it is still a favorite among many. Matures slowly over a long period of time and then rewards the gardener with plump, sweet, white kernels.
Ready to harvest in 110 days.
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non-GMO seeds so families can learn about gardening and love it. In turn, we
hope they will pass this passion down to their children and
grandchildren, teaching them to grow delicious food, fresh herbs and