Popcorn Corn - 'Strawberry' Seeds Heirloom



Each 'Strawberry' corn stalk produces 2 or more 2"–3" long ruby red, strawberry-shaped ears on compact 4' stalks. Beautiful foliage when used at the back of your flower border. At summer's end, harvest the kernels for popcorn. Kids will love to watch the ruby red kernels magically turn white when popped! You may want to save a few of these charming ears, as well as the dried stalks, for fall decor. The stalks are a nice backdrop to displays of pumpkins, gourds, and dried cobs.

30 seeds packet

Days to Maturity: 100–105 days

Family: Poaceae

Type: Flint (Learn More)

Native: Americas

Hardiness: Frost-sensitive annual

Plant Dimensions: 4' tall, 2 ½' wide

Variety Info: 2"-3" long strawberry-shaped ears with dark ruby-red kernels. 'Strawberry' is a flint type corn that pops into a butterfly/snowflake shape.

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