- Rare, open pollinated sweet corn
This rare, open pollinated sweet corn is not to be confused with the hybrid sweet corn variety 'Honey and Cream'. Instead, this is an old fashioned, early-maturing white sweet corn full of chin-dripping juiciness. As an old fashioned sweet corn, this one is mildly sweet with kernels that are not too tough but are not super tender either. Very productive plants, 6-8 inch ears, with 1-3 per plant. We love this corn!
How to grow it:
After all danger of frost has passed, plant 2 seeds 12” apart in rows 18” apart. Thin to one strong plant per row foot. Corn is wind pollinated, so plant in blocks at least 5' x 5' to ensure adequate pollination. Maturity times of this sweet corn vary, continually harvest for the freshest, tenderest ears!
Seed specs: Packet size 1 oz. 80 min.