Corn, Sweet 'Indian Summer'
2000 AAS Vegetable Award Winner
The first sweet corn with festive colored kernels. 'Indian Summer' kernels are yellow, white, red or purple. It is a sh2 supersweet corn that requires isolation from other corn pollen. 'Indian Summer' ears are large about 8 inches and gardeners need to check the corn silk for maturity about 79 days from sowing seed. As the ears of corn mature, the color develops. 'Indian Summer' festive colors actually intensify as the ear cooks. Gourmet cooks will serve this tender, delicious sweet corn for the flavor and unique colorful presentation.
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