Add ‘Dakota Black’ to your garden for delicious popcorn or as a stunning ornamental. This open-pollinated variety produces 5- to 6-inch ears with striking, purple-black kernels, on 4-foot tall stalks. Let the ears dry on the stalks in late summer, then harvest for either decorating or for making popcorn. Kernels pop white but retain the dark color in the hulls, giving them a unique appearance.
This stunning HEIRLOOM brings the glory of stained glass to your garden and home with eye-catching translucent kernels in an endless range of colors. Thank Carl “White Eagle” Barnes, a Cherokee corn collector whose life’s work was preserving and sharing Native corn varieties. Yielding 4- to 8-inch ears on sturdy 8-foot tall plants, Glass Gem is primarily grown for its unique ornamental value, but can also be popped or ground into cornmeal and flour. Join Glass Gem’s nearly 15,000 Facebook followers to explore the possibilities and see what all the buzz is about!
A truly gourmet sweet corn for your home garden! Eight-foot tall stalks boast 9-inch ears with superb husk protection. The “sugary enhancer” gene, introduced to Incredible by cross pollination, is what makes this selection super sweet. Not only has Incredible stolen the show at multiple taste trials, but several of our vendors rate it among the most admired offerings in their catalogues!
A perfectly sized sweet corn to summer in your favorite container and add edible, vertical interest to your deck, patio or terrace! An ever-so-tasty breakthrough bicolor variety that is super sweet. Simply plant 4-6 plants in an (at least) 24-inch container and get ready to harvest in about 2 months!