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43 out of 46 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? beautiful colors, fall decor
What are the cons? not sturdy in wind
I'm in zone 4b and this grew great! The colors were so fun to see and it provided excellent fall decor. A fun and impressive crop that I will definitely grow again!
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48 out of 51 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy
What are the cons? None
Grows great ,pest resistant,looks just like the pictures online. One thing I noticed is that you can get mostly one color if you want buy just using a few packs and segregating them , I got some very cool pinks this way, bubblegum to raspberry gem tones
39 out of 47 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow
What are the cons? None
I was impressed by how pretty some of these small to medium sized cobs were. I did accidentally cross pollinate with peaches and cream corn so some of the cobs were mixed colored and kind of tough, but the deer still loved them. These are so beautiful that I will only be growing glass gem and will just buy any other corn I want.
Due to my cross pollination mistake our yield was stunted and several immature cobs stayed on the stalks, which the squirrels proceeded to literally shred as they jumped back and forth from my sunflowers.
57 out of 63 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful ears, strong stalks
Beautiful decoration for Fall and Thanksgiving turns into gorgeous jars of loose kernel popcorn for Christmas! I gave this out in half filled jars with fake tealights (battery operated) sitting atop the kernels and have gotten nothing but raves! I cannot wait to have popcorn with my granddaughter this year! We grew pink popcorn this year as well! Little hometown garden plot, but we can grow plenty of food for my growing family!
59 out of 64 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Absolutely beautiful
What are the cons? Some ears didn't mature
This was my first time trying to grow corn. I grew a 6x6 square with about 8" spacing between plants, and most stalks grew well. About a quarter of the plants never got very large, but 100% of the seeds I planted germinated. Most stalks had only one ear that fully developed, but a few had two. No problems with worms on any of the ears that matured.Opening up the ripened ears was like Christmas! You never know what colors you'll have inside. I had ears with beautiful pearly pastel kernels, rich, dark jewel tones, some mostly blues, some mostly pink. Many of the pinkish ears also had magenta-tinged husks. My 7-year-old son loved guessing which colors would be inside! I got about 1 - 1.5 quarts of kernels after shelling, which I will pop and feed to our chickens. If you're considering purchasing these seeds, do it!