This deliciously sweet bi-color corn is as pretty on the table as it is on the stalk. The ears of corn are a nice mix of white and yellow kernels and measure 8-1/2″ long with 14-18 rows of kernels.
This is a good variety for the home garden and is best planted in double rows to achieve optimum pollination. With an extended harvest time and a great sugar-enhanced taste it is sure to be a garden favorite.
Chef Jeff’s Tip for Success: Plant away from other corn varieties to get purest flavor.
Plant 8-10″ Apart
70 Days Average to Maturity