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Pennsylvania Dutch Butter Flavoured Popcorn - Annapolis Seeds
Pennsylvania Dutch Butter Flavoured Popcorn (out of stock)

The name says it all! An incredibly tasty heirloom popcorn, so flavourful they pretty much don’t need any toppings. 7’-8’ plants are very productive. Popcorn is easy enough to grow, when the husks turn yellow and the kernels begin to dry pick and shuck the cobs and hang them indoors to finish drying. For best popping make sure the kernels are as dry as possible. 75 seeds (10 g)

-Grown by
Yonder Hill Farm
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Early Riser Flint Corn - Annapolis Seeds
Early Riser Flint Corn (out of stock)

A multi-purpose field corn well adapted to northern climates. Selected in Vermont by organic grain expert Jack Lazor. It has great genetic diversity, with both flint and dent characteristics and kernel colours ranging from dark orangey yellow to cream. Rich in beta-carotenoids, it’s great for cornmeal and livestock feed. Early maturing for a field corn. Grows to 5-8 feet tall and dries down in October from a mid-May planting. Approx. 45 seeds (10g)

-Grown by Yonder Hill Farm
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Glass Gem Corn - Annapolis Seeds
Glass Gem Corn (out of stock)

The most visually stunning corn I’ve ever come across. True to it’s name, Glass Gem has incredible transparent gems of kernels. Makes a good popcorn, or grind them like a flint corn. These seeds were grown by our friends Petra and Matthew of Fruition Seeds, in the Finger Lakes of New York State. They’ve been selecting them for early maturity for the northeast, and pop-ability. Our only non-Atlantic Grown seed. We had to make an exception to offer these beauties! Approx. 75 seeds (12 g)

-Grown by Fruition Seeds, Naples, NY

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Rainbow Inca Sweet Corn - Annapolis Seeds
Rainbow Inca Sweet Corn (Out of stock)

A multi-coloured sweet corn, bred by Dr. Alan Kapular of Oregon from a mixture of coloured sweet corn parents. Best for fresh eating when the kernels are young and white, also delicious when more mature for soups. 75 seeds

Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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Rose Potpourri Sweet Corn - Annapolis Seeds
Rose Potpourri Sweet Corn (out of stock)

New for 2020 - Brilliant red kernels, ranging from pink to deep crimson hues. A diverse population (not 100% stable), with occasional yellow ears among the red. Stunning and delicious, with good-sized 6-8" ears. Developed by Alan Kapular. Limited supply, 50 seeds

-Grown by Watershed Farm
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Oaxacan Green Dent Corn - Annapolis Seeds
Oaxacan Green Dent Corn
Price: $3.00

An awesome dent corn with mesmerizing emerald-green kernels. It’s great for grinding into corn meal and flour... home grown green tortillas are pretty hard to beat! The stalks can grow up to 8 feet or more with two big green cobs per plant. Makes a good sweet corn too if eaten fresh at the milk stage. Approx. 50 seeds (10 g)

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds and Yonder Hill Farm
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Painted Mountain Corn - Annapolis Seeds
Painted Mountain Corn
Price: $3.00

Hardy and diverse multi-colour flint corn, with kernels in shades of red, maroon, slate-blue and white. One of the very best varieties for grain production in harsh climates. Painted Mountain is the work of farmer/breeder Dave Christensen, who has been developing it since the 1970’s in Montana. He began by planting over 70 traditional short-season corn varieties, he let them grow and cross together and selected the ones that did best at his high-altitude site.

This particular strain has been grown in eastern PEI for a number of years by Lorna and Brian of Pembroke Farm, it’s their go-to variety for producing grain on their windy, coastal farm. They’ve been doing some amazing selection work on it, and their strain keeps getting better adapted for East Coast conditions. Approx. 75 seeds (20 g)

-Grown by Pembroke Farm

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Strawberry Popcorn - Annapolis Seeds
Strawberry Popcorn
Price: $3.00

New for 2020 - The plants are fairly compact, reaching a maximum hight of 5-6 feet by the end of summer. Despite getting flattened by Hurricane Dorian, our popcorn patch still gave us a good harvest. The cobs continued to mature from their horizontal position. They were mostly mature when we picked them in October, and ripened fully after a few weeks spread on trays. And yes, I'm afraid they pop white. 75+ seeds

-Grown by Annapolis Seeds
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