Corn Seeds

Enjoy corn-on-the-cob, fresh from your garden! Sweet corn is a summertime treat that can be steamed, roasted, grilled, or boiled. Corn has been grown in North America for hundreds of years, but today’s varieties are sweeter with better storing ability. Corn typically comes in white, yellow, or bi-color. If you are looking to grow sweet corn, we recommend Silver Queen or Peaches & Cream. If you like sugar-enhanced corn, try growing Ambrosia. We also offer ornamental corn such as Strawberry Popcorn and Bloody Butcher. One bite into a fresh ear of corn and you will see why homegrown corn is so popular. Corn is best planted 2 or 3 weeks after the last frost in spring.

Corn Seeds


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  • Ambrosia Corn Seeds

    Ambrosia Corn Seeds

    A sugar-enhanced bi-color corn. Yellow and white kernels are plump, juicy, and super sweet. Tolerant to Stewart's Wilt.

  • Bloody Butcher Corn Seeds

    Bloody Butcher Corn Seeds

    Bloody Butcher is one of the deepest red corns on the market. Ornamental corn with its red to maroon kernels. Commonly used to make cornmeal and flour.

  • Bonus Baby Corn Seeds

    Bonus Baby Corn Seeds

    Sweet, creamy little ears of corn. Very tender and entirely edible. Baby corn is often used in Chinese dishes and salads.


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  • Peaches & Cream Corn Seeds

    Peaches & Cream Corn Seeds

    Bi-color sweet corn. White and yellow kernels on a single ear. Two different sweet flavors in each and every bite.

  • Silver Queen Corn Seeds

    Silver Queen Corn Seeds

    Classic white sweet corn. Large ears are filled with crisp, tender, and sweet white kernels. Late season variety.

  • Strawberry Popcorn Corn Seeds

    Strawberry Popcorn Corn Seeds

    Little ears of corn with ruby red kernels resemble big strawberries. Perfect corn for fall decorating and popcorn.

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