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corn is a variety of sweet corn. Its ears are wrapped in tightly bound lime hued husks with silks and a tassel that extend
out from the tip. The yellow kernels are packed in tight almost uniform rows. A single ear of corn can contain up to 400 kernels.
Freshly harvested yellow corn at its peak ripeness is sweet, offering flavors of almond and sugar, the kernels so succulent,
the skin pops as you bite into it. As the corn matures, the kernels lose their milky consistency giving way to a starchy and
doughy consistency. At this point, the corn is considered a grain crop and is best suited for processing or feedstock.
CORN STOWELL'S EVERGREEN 20+ Seeds ORGANIC, NON GMO, GROWN IN MY SEED GARDEN, HARVESTED AND PACKAGED BY HAND IN RESEALABLE
AIR TIGHT BAGS (EACH BAG IS INDIVIDUALLY LABELED). . ALL SEED LOTS ARE TESTED FOR GERMINATION. THE LISTING PICTURE IS
FROM MY SEED GARDEN Delicious. No garden is complete without Corn. Stowell's Evergreen White Corn is a wonderful heirloom
variety with good old-fashioned taste. Stowell’s Evergreen combines size, sweetness and lasting quality! Tall, attractive
plants produce 8- to 9-in. ears with 16-20 rows of creamy kernels. Stowell's Evergreen Sweet Corn was originally developed
by Nathaniel Newman Stowell of Burlington, New Jersey in 1848. Stowell was a farmer and spent some years refining this variety,
which he developed by crossing Menomony Soft Corn and Northern Sugar Corn. In the fall of 1855, he sold just two ears of seed
corn to a close friend for four dollars, on the agreement that the seed was for personal use only. Stowell's "friend"
then re-sold the same seed for a whopping $20,000 to Thoburn and Company who released the variety commercially in late 1856.
This delicious white sweet corn is regarded as the "King of All White Sweet Corn Varieties" , has been popular for
over 162 years. Stowell's Evergreen matures slowly over a long period, extending the usual harvest and produces 9 inch
ears with 16 to 20 rows of plump, sweet white kernels. Seeds can be sown directly into garden when soil is warm. Zones