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The popular, cute, little ears look just like big strawberries, just 2”-3” long. The 4’ plants produce 2-4 ears each; great for fall decorations or making delicious popcorn.
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2 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful Red Color
What are the cons? I had some mold b4 picking
Well we have not poped any yet but the kids grew this becuase they love popcorn. It is very pretty if someone wanted some for decoration. I am very excited about poping some!
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1 Oct 2013
11 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
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We are in northern OH. This was really fun to grow with the kids! My stalks got to about 3ft and I got 3 - 4 ears each. they worked nicely tucked between my winter squash and bush beans. Kids got to share there homegrown popcorn for Christmas :)
2 Jan 2013
8 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
It was easy to plant by the kids, just their size, easy for them to harvest and we all enjoyed the tender pop-corn at the end. A great bonding experience with a great snack.
8 Dec 2012
13 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
I grew this NW Ohio, and it did great! My wife and I think it is the best tasting popcorn we have had. It pops a bit smaller than store bought, but the flavor is superb. I might add that it is very beautiful in color as well.
10 Sep 2012
9 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
I'd like to pop the corn. Doesn't work on the cob. Easy to grow. My 6x4 stalk planting grew easily and did a great job of pollination. Have harvested almost 40 beautiful ears with a few more to finish up before culling the stalks for Halloween decos outside. Everyone in the community garden has been curious about it. Thankfully, there is no other corn being grown in the garden so no problems with cross-pollinations. If I have room I will be growing it again next year.
4 Sep 2012
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