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Corn Seeds - Stowells Evergreen HEIRLOOM - AAS WINNER

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  • One of the best known Sweet Corn varieties
  • Classic, delicious flavor
  • Sweet, White Kernels

Product Description

Grow Heirloom Corn - Plant Stowell's Evergreen Corn Seeds

Here is your chance to grow a corn in your garden that predates our Civil War! Though this is one of the oldest, sweetest white corns available, it is still a favorite among many. Matures slowly over a long period of time and then rewards the gardener with plump, sweet, white kernels.

  • Fast Facts

    Name:Corn Seeds - Stowells Evergreen
    Botanical Name:Zea mays
    Life Cycle:Annual
    Light Requirement:Full Sun
    Planting Season:Warm Season
    Plant Type:Edible Grain
    Features:Heirloom, AAS (All-American Selections) Winners
    Fruit Size:8-9-Inch White Ears, Yields 2 to 3 Ears Per Stalk
    Days to Maturity:80-100 Days
    Plant Height:144 inches
    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

    How to Grow Stowells Evergreen Corn

    When to Plant Corn Seeds

    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.

    Where to Plant Corn Seeds

    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.

    How to Plant Corn Seeds

    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.

    How to Harvest Corn

    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.

    Download Printable Planting Guide

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