Corn

Maize was cultivated from an annual grass native to Mexico around 10,000 years ago. Since then, it has become one of the most diverse and important crops the world over. Unfortunately, in recent years, much of that amazing history, culture, and biodiversity has been lost to a few GMO monocultures. But there's a remedy: sow your own heirloom kernels! Then, take your activist stance to the kitchen and make the most-ethically sound (and best tasting) popcorn, grilled cobs, polenta, and cornbread.

Corn

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Japonica Striped Corn

Certified Organic

Also edible! The red kernels can be used to make flour.

from $3.50

Martian Jewels Sweet Corn

Full-bodied, classic sweet corn ears adorn beautiful plants.

from $3.95

Double Red Sweet Corn

Certified Organic

Extra nutritious sweet corn, dunked in the deepest maroon

from $3.95

Blue Jade Dwarf Sweet Corn

Certified Organic

Deep blue kernels taste as good as they look.

from $3.95

Ashworth Sweet Corn

Certified Organic

Sink your sweet tooth into this delicious, old fashioned yellow sweet corn.

from $2.95

Tuxana Sweet Corn

Certified Organic

A true culinary corn for fresh eating or chowder.

from $3.95

Glass Gem Corn

Certified Organic

Luminous, glass-like kernels in full spectrum color.

from $3.95

Otto File Flint Corn

Certified Organic

Heirloom variety with excellent flavor.

from $4.95

Calico Popcorn

Use for festive fall decoration and gourmet popcorn.

from $3.75

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Top Hat Sweet Corn

Top Hat Sweet Corn

Certified Organic

An open-pollinated sweet corn to rival modern hybrids.

from $3.95

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