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Autumn Explosion (Hybrid) (Treated Seed) – SEEDWAY ExclusiveView more information →
Hybrid ornamental developed for improved lodging resistance and color variation. 8″ – 9″ ears have various combinations of glossy red, white, pink, yellow, cola, purple, and variegated kernels. Some kernels are striped and spotted.
Autumn Explosion (Not Treated) – SEEDWAY ExclusiveView more information →
8″ – 9″ ears have beautiful, glossy, variegated kernels, some striped or spotted. Sturdy stalks resist lodging. Autumn Explosion is good for decorative shocks since many stalks are purple.
Cherry Berry (Not Treated)View more information →
Larger, longer ears than standard strawberry making for a good pack out. Husk colors are a mixture of beige, burgundy, reds, and streaked. 5-6′ stalk height with good stand-ability. Fantastic yields. Harvest when husks are dried. (5,000 seeds per pound)
Earth Tones Dent (Not Treated)View more information →
This early dent flour corn variety has an ear 8-10″ in length. The remarkable trait of this dent corn lies in the beautiful muted colors in the ear. The kernels of the corn are NOT the shiny, deep intense colors found in Indian Corn. The ears contain many of the soft colors found in nature near harvest time. The beautiful ears can be used for fall decorations.
Fiesta (Treated Seeds)View more information →
A hybrid ornamental corn developed by the University of New Hampshire. Early maturity plus shorter, stouter plants that are less susceptible to wind damage. Ears are 7″ – 10″ in length with 20% to 30% purple husks. Decorative colors of yellow, red, and white.
Hocus Pocus (Treated Seeds) – SEEDWAY ExclusiveView more information →
This orange / black hybrid is great for Halloween or anytime in the fall. It produces a sturdy 7.5′ plant and 8.0″ ears. The husk and cob have reddish tint when mature. Clean single stalk, great for bunching. (1,800 seeds per pound)