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Heirloom Bloody Butcher Corn Heirloom Vegetable Seeds - Country Gentleman Corn
Bloody Butcher
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Country Gentleman
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Double Red
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A great variety for grinding into flour or cornmeal. Also used as corn on the cob when young.

Long known as one of the finest roasting corns.

Brilliantly colored kernels in shades of red and purple.  High yields from stocky short plants.  Beautiful red stalks with red husks.  Shows some color variation in stalk and husk color.  A delicious early sweet corn that is excellent for eating fresh from the cob, but also good for drying and grinding to make traditional corn flour (dating back to its Hopi ancestry). Bred by Alan Kapuler PhD.
Heirloom Golden Bantam Corn Heirloom Vegetables - Japonica Corn
Glass Gem
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Golden Bantam
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Japonica
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Originally selected from crosses Carl Barnes, a Oklahoma native, made from several Pawnee miniature corn varieties and another Osage variety called "Greyhorse." Uniquely colored with its translucent, multi-colored shades, this corn is one of the most beautiful kinds you'll ever see! The kernels can be popped or ground into flour. Sturdy plants grow 6-8' tall and produce an abundance of 7-8" long ears. Extremely productive. 100 days.


Tender kernels, corn stalks often have 2 ears. Will tolerate tight spacing.

The tassels are dark purple and the kernels are burgundy. Stunning ornamental corn.

Heirloom Vegetables - Minnesota Rainbow Popcorn Heirloom Reid's Yellow Dent Corn Heirloom Stowell's Evergreen Corn
Reid's Yellow Dent
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Stowell's Evergreen
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One of the best corn for popcorn, but also great for autumn decorations.

Considered the best open pollinated strain of field and dent corn.

Still the best white open-pollinated corn variety for home gardeners.