Honey & Cream has 7½" ears, 12 to 14 rows of kernels. Height 6'.
76 days. This early-maturing, tender bicolor of outstanding eating quality is one of the finest Super Sweets you will ever grow. 75 Seeds
The cylindrical 9-Inch ears are a pleasure to look at, with 16 to 18 rows of white and yellow kernels symmetrical, tightly packed, and plump.
The ears are very tightly husked, reducing the risk of infestation from corn ear-worm. And these robust 6-foot plants are resistant to Common Rust and Stewart's Wilt. Big yields
Growing corn is extremely easy provided you have enough space. Corn is wind-pollinated and SE varieties do not need isolation. Set up more than one row to ensure pollination- a minimum 10 x 10 foot area. Isolate varieties when recommended (Sh2's), by planting corn seeds at least 250 feet apart, or select varieties that mature at least 2 weeks apart. Sow corn seed 1-Inch deep, 5 to 6 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart. Seedlings emerge in 7-14 days.