Krispy King Hybrid Sweet Corn - (sh2) Explosively crisp, sweet flavor makes this one of the most delicious sweet corns you've ever eaten. The 8 inch ears are filled to the tip with 18 to 20 inch rows of extra-deep, extra-sweet yellow kernels that hold their quality for a long time. Ears have a tight protective husk and snap off the stalk easily. Roadside marketers report it's a customer favorite.
Cuppa Joe Bicolor Hybrid Sweet Corn - Get a boost in early sweet corn harvest from 'Cuppa Joe'! The 8 to 8 1/2 inch ears are filled with 16 rows of sweet, tender kernels with excellent eating quality for an early maturing variety. Tolerant to Common Rust and Stewart's Wilt. Perfect for both home gardeners and fresh market growers.
Serendipity Hybrid Sweet Corn - Phenomenal eating quality has made this one of our top sellers. Large 8 inch ears are filled tip to tip with 16 to 18 rows of tender yellow and creamy-white kernels. We recommend isolation from other supersweet varieties.
Pay Dirt Bicolor Sweet Corn - The first sweet corn of the season never tasted so good! This improved version of Polka offers better emergence and improved resistance to Common Rust and Stewart's Wilt. Ears are 8 1/2 inches filled with 14 to 16 rows of sweet, tender, flavorful kernels. Good husk protection and excellent vigor for cold soil planting.
Baby Leaf Zesty Mesclun Mix - A tangy mix of greens suited to scissor-harvest as baby leaves. Includes a wide variety of flavors, colors and textures, from tangy arugula and mustards to colorful chards, spinach and lettuces. The growth and germination rates vary for these greens, so your salads will always be a little different. After one or two pickings of baby greens, grow on and harvest mature leaves.
Delectable Hybrid Sweet Corn - (se) Large 8 to 9 inch ears have 16 to 20 rows of small, refined yellow and white kernels that are remarkably sweet and tender - 'delectable' describes the taste well. Exhibits a wide range of adaptability and is tolerant to Stewart's wilt, common Rust and Northern Corn Leaf Blight. Has good husk characteristics and picks easily. Stalks average 6-1/2 to 7-1/2 feet.
Early Golden Bantam Sweet Corn -This heirloom has been popular since the early Plants yield two or more 5 to 7 inch ears on 5 to 6 foot stalks. The 8 to 12 rows of golden-yellow kernels have old-fashioned sweet corn taste. Widely adaptable.