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Anyone want some white Heirloom Corn?
No trade necessary. If you don't think you have room for some Corn, I will tell you how, I know cause I plant some every year in a small place..
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Stowell's Evergreen (White) Sweet Corn
95 days — This has been a home garden and market favorite white variety since Nathan Stowell of New Jersey introduced it in 1848.
It is a late season variety, yields eight inch ears that produce anywhere from fourteen to eighteen rows of sweet, white, tender kernels. Keeps longer than most which makes it one of the best heirloom varieties for table, canning and freezing. [Approximately 100 seeds per ounce]
Thanks for your generous offer. I sent you an email.
Thanks for the corn and directions. They arrived today in good condition. Can't wait till next year's garden where the corn will get a special place.