The benchmark for early-season synergistics. Excellent flavor and sturdy, 5 1/2′ tall plant. Consistent tip-fill and good husk protection for an early sweet corn. Ears are 8″ long with 14-16 kernels. 68 days. Corn is ready to eat 18–24 days after ear silks first show; the warmer the weather, the sooner you can pick it. Photo and text courtesy of Johnny’s Seed.
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..