Espresso exhibits excellent cold soil emergence and vigor, making it a prime candidate for early planting. With 14-16 rows of creamy, lip-smackingly sweet bicolor kernels, the stout, well-filled ears offer lots of fresh corn flavor for blissful eating. Tall, robust plants produce large ears: 8-8.5” long and nearly 2” wide. 70 days.
Care: Plant 4-6″ apart in rows 24″ apart in full sun and rich fertile soil. Corn is wind-pollinated and individual varieties should be planted in blocks of at least 4′ by 4′ for best ear formation..