New 2019 Catalog now Live! Click here for the new collection.

Tuxana Sweet Corn

More Views

Organic Tuxana Sweet Corn Seeds

Creamy, sweet white kernels

Zea mays
A true culinary corn for fresh eating or chowder.
This bright white sweet corn is much sweeter than most OP corns and is great for fresh eating, or in salsas, soups, and chowders. Bred by Jonathan Spero of Lupine Knoll Farm.
Product ID# CN0654 , Certified Organic by NOFA-NY LLC

In stock.

* Required Fields

Price From: $3.95
Detailed Product Info

Another excellent variety from Jonathan Spero of Lupine Knoll Farm. This bright white sweet corn is much sweeter than most OP corns and is great for fresh eating, or for using salsas, soups, and chowders. Its subtle creaminess gives it a flavor more complex than simple sweetness. Plants will produce 2 ears each.

Quick Facts
Days to Germination 4 to 6 days
Days to Maturity 75 days
Planting Depth ¾ inch
Spacing in Row 12 inches
Spacing Between Rows 24-36 inches
Height at Maturity 72 to 96 inches
Width at Maturity 6 inches
Growing Instructions

Growing corn is pretty easy if you provide your seeds with highly fertile soil. Seed can be sown in early- to mid-May depending on the year (corn likes a slightly-warmed-up soil for germination). For continued harvest all season, sow crops at two-week intervals until mid-summer. Drop seeds into furrows about 1 inch deep. Begin with spacing of three to four inches and thin the plants once up to a spacing of six to eight inches. Rows should be a good 30 or 42 inches apart with this spacing, which matches common widths of garden beds.

Some years corn needs very little attention, but in dry years it will need irrigating. It thrives during the summers when subtropical weather settles in for a couple months. Many critters love to munch on corn, including rodents and, most notoriously, raccoons. Avoid growing corn near chicken coops or pest attractants, and be sure to surround your garden with a good critter fence.

When ears fill out, check regularly for sweetness; open-pollinated corn does not last long in the field at peak ripeness. Peel back the husk and press your thumb into a kernel; if it pops open and yields a sweet milky fluid, pluck a dozen and throw them in a pot. It's hard to beat sweet corn fresh from the garden--even the freshest ears from roadside stands do not compare.

Related Products

Red Noodle Bean

Red Noodle Bean

$3.95
Blue Kuri Squash

Blue Kuri Squash

Price From: $3.75
Ashworth Sweet Corn

Ashworth Sweet Corn

$3.95