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Glass Gem Indian Corn Heirloom Seed - The Most Beautiful Corn in the World!
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|Package Height||0.4 x 5 x 8 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.06 pounds|
|USDA Hardiness Zone||4|
Top Customer Reviews
But the tassel and silk emerged about a week and a half apart. The pollen was almost totally gone by the time the silk got around to showing up, and I got about thirty kernels out of the deal (the colors are kinda dark, but still very pretty). I'm going to hang onto the seeds and plant them again in the spring. I'll just bag the tassels when they show up, I guess.
My review would be higher, possibly, if I hadn't shelled out twenty bucks for them. :/
During the grow season I attended a seed exchange and learned about how challenging growing corn from different regions of the world is here - most people stick with the tried and true varietals that have grown here for..ever. After learning about all the nasty pests that corn gets here I left feeling very sad that I had not researched growing corn AT ALL before planting, much less identifying the growing season. Local reports suggest that many species of plants do not go to seed here, especially corn.
I went home and decided to pull several of the taller (4ft) already browned stalks to see how they had done. Many of them clearly showed insect damage with exposed ears. I had very little hope after hearing about how my neighbor's crops needed such intense care and attention. I was very surprised to see several nicely developed ears. A couple of them showed almost only even colored dark red/purplish-black seeds.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I want to see how this corn turns out in my garden this summer. I wonder if it tastes as interesting as it looks.Published 4 days ago by Illinois Mom
The seeds look great I won't know about the final product for several weeks. Service was great.Published 1 month ago by K. A. Livingston
Fun to grow. The Corn plant itself and the ears themselves are not very large. I used them to decorate my table.Published 2 months ago by Tamara
Excited to see that FedCo carries a certified organic version of this now: [...] -- we grow it for the chickens most years, and I'd like to keep their feed 100% organic.Published 2 months ago by Rebecca Castonguay