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   CaliforniaMama  Monday May 14 11:22 AM

May 14, 2012 - Glass Gem Corn

Here is the prettiest corn I ever did see:







Quote:
(Seed Trust) The story of glass gem corn. Seedsman Greg Schoen got the seed from Carl Barnes, a part-Cherokee man, now in his 80's, in Oklahoma.

He was Greg's "corn-teacher". Greg was in the process of moving last year and wanted someone else to store and protect some of his seeds.

He left samples of several corn varieties, including glass gem. I grew out a small handful this past summer just to see.

The rest, as they say is history. I got so excited, I posted a picture on Facebook. We have never seen anythin
g like this. Unfortunately, we did not grow out enough to sell. Look for a small amount for sale starting in August 2011. Thanks, bill
via Farming & Agriculture

Thanks to wolf for the find!


jimhelm  Monday May 14 11:36 AM

the first picture looks really cool.... the other two just look like Indian Corn to me. Nothing new around here.



Trilby  Monday May 14 11:41 AM

All hail Demeter!!!!!



BigV  Monday May 14 12:16 PM

Hail! Hail!



Gravdigr  Monday May 14 12:27 PM

Somebody pass the buttah!!!



Sundae  Monday May 14 12:43 PM

They all look beautiful to me.
An IoTD to really sink my teeth into. Yummeh!



sandypossum  Tuesday May 15 10:55 AM

But do they taste like sweet corn? Or is this the sort that you have to dry and grind and make taco thingies out of?



infinite monkey  Tuesday May 15 10:57 AM

It's not sweet corn.



Sundae  Tuesday May 15 11:08 AM

It do look like sweeties though.



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