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(Sweet Corn)

The robust hybrid sweet corn, ‘Early Sunglow’, produces large, yellow ears with normal sugar (SU). The moderate-sized plants are vigorous and tolerant of cooler weather than most, so this is a good variety for northern gardeners to grow. This is considered one of the best early varieties. The ears reach maturity only 63 to 68 days from sowing.

Corn is a warm season annual garden vegetable. In the tropics, it is grown in the fall and winter. In cooler areas plant in the spring, the tall grassy...

(Sweet Corn)

The old favorite sweet corn, ‘Golden Cross Bantam’, is prized for its rich flavor and moderate sweetness. It produces medium-sized ears with tender, yellow kernels that are closely packed on the ear in 12 to 14 rows. Ears are produced on the disease resistant plants 80 to 90 days after sowing.

Corn is a warm season annual garden vegetable. In the tropics, it is grown in the fall and winter. In cooler areas plant in the spring, the tall grassy plants will take off as soon as days and nights...

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All-America Selections

(Sweet Corn)

A 2001 All-America Selections award winner, 'Honey Select' is a unique hybrid that produces sweet corn ears with a mixture of three-quarters sugar-enhanced (SE) and one-quarter super sweet (SH2) kernels. Their faintly honey-like flavor is delicious and the yellow kernels are tender. Ripe ears on the stalks hold their quality well, allowing you to delay harvest slightly if needed. Even after harvest, the corn's quality remains excellent up to 48 hours before finally being cooked. The moderately tall...

(Sweet Corn)

What a delectable bi-colored sweet corn. ‘Peaches and Cream’, is prized for its rich flavor, crisp texture and pleasing sweetness. its medium-sized ears have kernels of peachy gold and white, with yellow outnumbering white about four to one. The ears are tender and closely packed on the ear in 14 to 16 rows. This relatively early variety produces ears around 70 days after sowing.

Corn is a warm season annual garden vegetable. In the tropics, it is grown in the fall and winter. In cooler areas...

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James Burghardt

(Sweet Corn)

An old favorite sweet corn, ‘Silver Queen’, is prized for its rich flavor, crisp kernels and pleasing sweetness. This is a annual plant, vigorous and resistant to disease. It is of medium height and produces ears of medium size. The kernels are white, tender, and closely packed on the ear in 14 to 16 rows. They reach maturity 80 to 90 days after sowing.

Like all sweet corns, ‘Silver Queen’ grows best in full sun on rich, well-drained soil. Delay sowing the seeds until the soil has warmed. If planted...

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James H. Schutte

(Sugar Buns Sweet Corn, Sweet Corn)

The hybrid ‘Sugar Buns’ produces large, pale yellow corn ears with enhanced sugar (SE) in the kernels. Their flavor is also excellent. The moderate-size plants are vigorous and have improved disease resistance. This is considered one of the best early sweet corn varieties, but it remains quite cold insensitive for two weeks after sprouting. The ears reach maturity 70 to 72 days after sowing seeds. 'Sugar Buns' is better suited to regions with later springs and comfortably warm, humid summers.

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(Sugar Pearl Sweet Corn, Sweet Corn)

This sugar-enhanced (SE) corn variety produces 8-inch (20 cm), cylindrical ears with sweet silver-white kernels. The 6- to 7-foot (180 to 210 cm) stalks grow from seed to harvest in about 73 days.

Corn is a warm-season annual garden vegetable. The tall grassy plants germinate and grow rapidly in warm soil and summery weather. They develop tall stalks with long, broad, arching green blades. Corn plants bear male, pollen-producing flowers in terminal tassels, and female, kernel-forming flowers...

(Sweet Corn)

The sweet corn hybrid ‘Sundance’ is a normal sugary (SU) selection which produces long ears with creamy-yellow kernels. The plants are vigorous, tolerate some cool weather, produce early and the corn is tender. This is considered to be one of the best early varieties, the ears maturing 63 to 68 days from sowing.

Corn is a warm season annual garden vegetable. In the tropics, it is grown in the fall and winter. In cooler areas plant in the spring, the tall grassy plants will take off as soon...

(Sweet Corn)

Sweet corn hybrid ‘Sweet Chorus’ is one of the Sweet Breeds™ varieties and carries the genetics from normal sugary (SU), sugar enhanced (SE) and supersweet (SH2) types of corn. Sweet Chorus is a selection which produces long ears with bi-color kernels, yellow and white. The plants are vigorous, produce early and the corn is tender and very sweet. The ears reach maturity 68 to 71 days from sowing.

Corn is a warm season annual garden vegetable. In the tropics, it is grown in the fall and winter....

(Sweet Corn)

Sweet corn hybrid ‘Sweet Symphony’ is one of varieties that carries the genetics from normal sugary (SU), sugar enhanced (SE) and supersweet (SH2) types of corn. Sweet Symphony is a selection which produces long ears with bi-color kernels, yellow and white. The plants are vigorous, produce early and the corn is tender and very sweet. The ears reach maturity 71 to 75 days from sowing.

Corn is a warm season annual garden vegetable. In the tropics, it is grown in the fall and winter. In cooler...