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  • Yellow & White, 8-9 Inches Ears
  • 70 Days to Harvest
  • Prefers full sun exposure

Product Description

Corn Seeds - Peaches & Cream

A popular, bicolor sweet corn, Peaches & Cream offers the two distinct flavors of white corn and yellow on a single ear! For an early season harvest, plant Peaches & Cream in full sun and enjoy 8 1/2" ears this summer.

  • Fast Facts

    Name:Corn Seeds - Peaches & Cream
    Botanical Name:Zea mays
    Life Cycle:Annual
    Light Requirement:Full Sun
    Planting Season:Warm Season
    Plant Type:Edible Grain
    Fruit Size:8-9-Inch Bi-Colored Ears, Yields 2 to 3 Ears Per Stalk
    Days to Maturity:70 Days
    Plant Spacing:12-15 inches
    Planting Depth:1-2 inches
    Sowing Method:Direct Sow
    Cold Stratification:No
    Seeds per Pound:2, 400
    Hardiness Zones:2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
    Ships:Year Round
  • Planting Instructions

    When to Plant:

    • Make sure the weather is warming up and your soil temperatures are at least 60-65 degrees--corn will not germinate and seeds can rot if soil temperatures are too cold.
    • Best months are generally May-June, depending on your zone.

    How to Plant:

    • Plant in full sun in highly fertile, well drained soil with a 6.0 to 6.8 pH.
    • Sweet corn will prefer rich soil with high nitrogen and plenty of moisture.
    • Soil should be amended prior to planting with aged manure or rich compost.
    • The ideal spot to plant corn would be in the same plot that yielded a healthy bean or pea crop the year before--these crops contribute the needed nitrogen to the soil.
    • Corn is wind pollinated and, especially for smaller plots, should be planted in blocks, rather than long rows.
    • Seeds should be planted 2-3 per hole, about 1-2 inches deep.
    • Plantings should be approximately 12-15 inches apart, and rows should be 30-36 inches apart.
    • If more than one seed sprouts from a single planting, they should be thinned to the strongest sprout.
    • Shorter varieties can be planted closer, and sweeter varieties should be planted shallower.
    • Water plots well after planting and keep consistently moist through germination and harvest. As weather becomes warmer, increase watering. Sufficient moisture is crucial for plants to develop and produce properly.
    • Corn should be fertilized with a nitrogen rich food when plants are about 12-18 inches high and weeds should be controlled so they do not steal moisture and nutrients from your crop. 
    • Corn will produce a fairly shallow root system, so care should be taken not to damage it when removing weeds. Weed control in corn plots is best achieved by a thick mulching, which also helps to maintain moisture.

    When to Harvest:

    • Ears will be ready to harvest approximately 3 weeks after silk is visible and has become brown.
    • Another way to check, pull down the leaves a bit to reveal the tip of the cob. 
    • The corn kernels should be firm and milky when cut open. 
    • To harvest, bend and pull ear downward from stalk with a twisting motion.
    • Consume or freeze immediately for best quality.

    **Rule of thumb, the sweeter the corn, the more water it will need, and the warmer the soil temperatures must be.

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Product Reviews

Global Rating: 5.00 from 2 reviews

Review By

planted this in 2017

It was outstanding. I had a few bug problems due to the rainy season . It was all good and it produced 2 cobs per stalk consistently . I am buying more for this summer. It was great off the stalk and on the grill . My wife put up about a dozen jars to try and see if it tasted any different . It did but the best is boiled or grilled or raw ...


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Peachs & Cream, Trying 2015

Trying some new things this year, so too soon to review some. Seeds are fine, never a problem.

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