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6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Everything
What are the cons? Nothing
I chose this corn because it's a Tennessee corn and I have not been disappointed. It is incredibly tall, the tallest one is approximately 13 feet tall. I measured one at 10.5 feet but my measurer only goes to 10 ft. Most stalks have 3 ears, some have 4. It definitely loves Tennessee heat. I love this corn for several reasons, one, it's one heck of a conversation starter, two, it works as an awesome trellis for my pole beans which have snaked right up to the top, and three, it's just plain fun. I harvested my first 4 ears last night and while I should have let them mature another week or two, they tasted delicious roasted and all four had perfectly full ears. I will definitely be growing these every year. I've decided to save seed from the tallest stalk and to continue using this as my bean trellis.
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7 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy, as corn goes, to grow
What are the cons? Slow maturing
I planted this in addition to Cherokee White Eagle corn. What a grower ! The stalks were robust and very tall. Produced good sized cobs. I really liked this corn ! Great to eat and the stalks made a wonderful stack for decoration at Halloween.
12 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? easy but very tall corn
What are the cons? none
i grew up with this corn, it was the only corn grandfather grew. the ears were large and very good in the milk stage. not a sweet corn as such but as a kid in the 50s, we ate alot of it. it needs room to grow because it can get very tall, about 8 feet.