Corn Seeds

The storied grain of the Americas has stood witness to the rise and fall of civilizations for thousands of years. Now, this botanical heritage is becoming threatened as open-pollinated corn has become increasingly difficult to find over the last 15 years. To protect this threatened species, we go to great lengths to source high quality, open-pollinated seed. Nutrients: Protein, vitamins C and A, thiamin, folate, niacin, pantothenic acid, folate, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium.

Companions: beans, squash, melons, peas, amaranth.
Antagonists:
tomatoes.

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    Sweet Corn Seeds - Golden Bantam 12-Row Improved

    Zea mays HEIRLOOM. Yellow, sweet, and extremely early open-pollinated corn. Wonderful for the home garden. Can be planted in cooler soils. 5' to 7' stalks producing 6 -7" ears with...

    Sweet Corn Seeds - Who Gets Kissed

    Zea mays This delicious bicolor sweet corn was bred to rival the performance of hybrids in organic growing systems, and it delivers! Compact 5-6' tall plants bear 6-8" long ears...

    Flint Corn Seeds - Japanese White Hulless Popcorn

    Zea mays A refined variety of popcorn that pops with no hard centers. Vigorous 4-5' tall plants produce high yields of white corn. Ears are around 4" long, hulless, fiber-free,...

    Flint Corn Seeds - Carl's Glass Gem

    Zea mays Rare corn farmer Carl Barnes spent years isolating Native American corn varieties to save a lost heritage, ultimately preserving his glass gem corn seed. Producing a variety of...

    Flint Corn Seeds - Jaguar Priest

    Zea mays This beautiful, purple-splashed, yellow flint/flour corn was bred from heirloom Mesoamerican varieties by corn breeder and seedkeeper Stephen Smith. Stalks can produce up to five 5-7 inch long...

    Dent Corn Seeds - Hickory King Yellow

    Zea mays HEIRLOOM. Selected for the mountains of Appalachia. 8-12' stalks produce large 9" long ears. Ears are full of large yellow kernels. Good for roasting, grits, and cornmeal. Tight...

    Dent Corn Seeds - Cocke's Prolific

    Zea mays HEIRLOOM. Thought to be extinct for decades, this corn was rediscovered in Inman, SC by former Sow True Seed employee, Angie Lavezzo. After some historical digging and verification...

    Sweet Corn Seeds - Country Gentleman

    Zea mays Bucking convention, the kernels form in a random pattern, as opposed to the usually tidy rows found on most other ears of corn. An old timey shoepeg variety...

    Flint Corn Seeds - Yellow Guinea Flint

    Zea mays HEIRLOOM – A beautiful, rich yellow, almost orange colored corn, Guinea Flint was on the verge of extinction when a few good stewards turned a handful of seeds...

    Dent Corn Seeds - Pencil Cobb

    Zea mays HEIRLOOM. A skinny cob not much larger than a pencil means more kernels per ear. Germinates in cooler soils than many corn varieties and is a reliable producer...

    Dent Corn Seeds - Reid's Yellow

    Zea mays HEIRLOOM. Productive. Reliable. Hardy. This is a corn that stands by you through thick and thin. 9' tall plants with 9" long ears. Medium to good standability. High...

    Dent Corn Seeds - Bloody Butcher

    Zea mays HEIRLOOM. Produces 2-3 large ears of dark red kernels per stalk. Plants grow up to 12' and have good drought tolerance. Mature ears are used for flour, cereal,...