Corn

Zea mays
Sow directly when ground temperature reaches 18 degrees Celsius. Cold ground temperatures will result in poor germination as the seed is untreated and may rot. Space rows 76-90cm apart, sowing every 15-17cm at a depth of 2.5cm. To achieve maximum pollination sow corn in blocks as opposed to a single row. Corn is wind-pollinated and having the plants in close proximity to each other will ensure well filled ears.

Bloody Butcher Dent Corn

Available Sizes:
Packet, Bulk A, Bulk B
Days to Maturity:
95-105 days

Gorgeous corn in shades of bright red, burgundy,
deep purple and black this is one of the oldest
corn varieties we have grown.  Makes
colourful cornbread and dried ears make great
decorations.

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Dakota Black Popcorn

Available Sizes:
Packet, Bulk A, Bulk B
Days to Maturity:
95 days.

Early maturing popcorn with great old
fashioned taste. Rich, deep black kernals
pop bright white popcorn and the small black hull
remains attached.

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Double Standard Sweet

Available Sizes:
Packet, Bulk A, Bulk B
Days to Maturity:
73 days

Early to mature and germinates well in cool soil. This is the best open pollinated sweet corn we have grown.

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Glass Gem

Price
$3.50
Available Sizes :
Packet ~ 75 seeds

Gorgeous, translucent kernels on stunning colourful cobs reminiscent of stained glass. A very popular decorative corn, Glass Gem also grinds into tasty cornmeal, or pops into a delicious popcorn.

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Iowne's True Blue

Available Sizes:
Packet, Bulk A

This beautiful corn comes to us from Iowne Anderson, a community seed saver from Six Nations via Rebecca Ivanoff of Whole Circle Farm and what a treasure it is. Kim's fave for cornbread.

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Painted Mountain

Available Sizes :
Packet, Bulk A, Bulk B
Days to Maturity:
85 days dry

Painted Mountain is one rugged corn that will grow where most corn won’t. Thanks to the genius and hard work of Dave Christensen this corn will mature and produce food in cold, short season climates.

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