Plant some sunshine in your garden with this long-blooming water-wise beauty!
85-100 days. Harvest beautiful ears for fall decoration. Also grind kernels into meal or flour!
100 days. Cute, little strawberry-shaped ears are eye-catching in the garden, and kernels can be popped!
70 days. A fiesta on your table! Beautiful colored kernels have delicious, not-too-sweet flavor.
86 days. Ahhh, the sweet taste of summer! Superb white sweet corn with, with unsurpassed eating quality.
75 days. Just like dad and grandpa grew! Tender, succulent golden kernels on large ears are filled with flavor.
63 days. Ready to pick up to two weeks before other varieties. Great producer in all areas, and extra northern hardy.
84 days. The name says it all. Delicious, bicolored yellow and white kernels hold their juicy sweet flavor for days.
70-80 days. What sweet corn used to taste like! A favorite of gardeners for over 100 years.
75 days. An excellent bicolor corn that really lives up to its name! Outstanding plump tender kernels burst with flavor.
83 days. Corn for those who enjoy old-fashioned corn flavor, & those who prefer sweeter corn - a perfect blend!
65 days. An excellent bicolor corn with high sugar level. Outstanding plump, tender kernels burst with sweet juiciness!
73 days. Sparkling white kernels with melt in your mouth flavor! Holds its sweetness longer than other table corn.
Landing lights for butterflies! Vibrant symmetrial flowers named after the Greek word for "ordered universe".
Markings unique on each flower! A drought tolerant, beautiful cut flower that attracts butterflies!
Celebrate hope and love with this designer mix of cheerful, easy to grow cosmos in pink, rose and white.
Pure white, large, elegant flowers with scalloped petals bloom consistently all summer.
Ruffled, rolled seashell-like petals dance above delicate foliage, luring butterflies and hummingbirds.
Sensational blend of charming colors that bloom all summer long. A terrific cut flower.
A collection of flowers that evokes the charm of a countryside English garden.
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