Flint corn plant that can bear several ears of corn per plant. Corn kernels are vibrantly multi-colored and look like glass beads on the cob. Can be used for popcorn along with being parched and ground down for meal. Stalks get to be about 9 feet tall. Plant in full sun in well-draining soils. Harvest once ear silks have dried down and corn kernels are filled to the tip and are well-colored.
Size: 4″ Pot
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