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Corn

Corn

Corn

Corn is one of the Meso American's earliest and greatest achievements. It allowed the Mayan, Aztec and Inca civilizations to flourish, among others and was spread across the world through trade. Historical evidence shows heirloom corn was grown from South and Central America to the southern reaches of what is now Canada, and across the breadth of the United States.

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    Baby Corn - (Zea mays)

    Baby Corn Seeds - (Zea mays)

    $4.05
    Baby Corn - Put Baby Front and Center in Your Garden Tender finger-like ears, delicately flavored, entirely edible, best harvested within 5 days of the appearance of silks. Each stalk makes 4-6 "good quality" baby ears. History Corn is one of the...
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  • Country Gentleman Sweet Corn - (Zea mays)
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    Country Gentleman Corn Seeds - (Zea mays)

    $3.40
    Country Gentleman Corn - Oh, so Sweet! Country Gentleman was named for the famous nineteenth-century American agricultural magazine. It was bred as a cross between Ne Plus Ultra, a variety introduced in 1882, and Stowell’s Evergreen, yielding a...
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  • Four Sisters Garden Seed Collection
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    Four Sisters Garden Seed Collection

    $13.35
    Four Sisters Garden Seed Collection Native American agriculture is well-known for the “Three Sisters” approach of corn, beans and squash supporting, protecting and nourishing each other. Several other crops were very important in Native...
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  • Golden Bantam Sweet Corn ears - (Zea mays)
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    Golden Bantam Corn Seeds - (Zea mays)

    $3.60
    Golden Bantam Corn - Heirloom Sweetness Old time hearty flavor that is rich yet not sugary sweet, 5-6' stalk, slender 5-7" ears. 8 rows of medium deep broad golden kernels with 2 or more ears per stalk, high yields and excellent flavor. Introduced in...
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  • Hopi Blue Corn - (Zea mays)

    Hopi Blue Corn Seeds - (Zea mays)

    Hopi Blue Corn - Add Some Color to Your Flour An ancient flint corn that is a traditional staple of the Hopi people in Northern Arizona. Plants are 5' tall and bushy with beautiful smooth silvery blue ears that are 8-10" long and usually 2 per...