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This unique variety adds a pop of color to traditional fall decorations. The striking emerald green kernels are contrasted by lighter green kernels on the 3- to 4 1/2-in. long ears. This dual purpose variety makes as excellent a bowl of popcorn as it does a decorative accent.
One taste and friends and family will be asking—"Where'd you get it, I've Gotta Have It!" We're proud to introduce a new generation of sweet corn—think of it as the richest, most flavorful corn you've ever tasted, plus a whole lot of sugar. Its tender, oh-so-sweet kernels give it an amazingly long shelf life—3+ weeks in its husk in the refrigerator! The superb flavor holds up for a wide range of maturity; it's very slow to become starchy.
Eye-catching bright pink kernels and contrasting dark kernels make this variety a standout for fall decorating. A prolific grower, stalks can yield up to three, 3- to 4 1/2-in. long ears. A stunning ornamental, this variety also makes a delicious bowl of popcorn.
The most popular white sweet corn in America, Silver Queen has been a staple at farmers' markets for years and always delights gardeners with its exceptional eating quality. The 8 inch ears are tightly husked and filled with plump, sweet white kernels. Wait until your soil temperature reaches 65°F for best germination.
Ruby Queen is an amazing new sweet corn with an amazing corn color—it's really red! You won't believe how appetizing a red corn can be until you see it on your plate, then bite into the extra-sweet, tender kernels. You can enjoy Ruby Queen at two stages. Pick it when it's blush-red for maximum SE sweetness, or let it ripen to full red so it can develop its rich, old-fashioned corn flavor. The meaty ears are 8" long with 18 rows of juicy, very tender kernels.
Sun & Stars comes with an extraordinary size and unusually strong color contrast between bright white and deep yellow kernels, even when picked young. Garden-fresh sweet corn is summer's greatest pleasure. Twice as sweet as others and stay sweet for days if chilled promptly.
The popular, cute, little ears look just like big strawberries, just 2”-3” long. The 4’ plants produce 2-4 ears each; great for fall decorations or making delicious popcorn.