Peaches and Cream

The 22cm (8.5") long cobs bear rows of bi-colour and distinctly flavoured kernels. These plants grow 2m (6') tall.

While this corn is rated growing zones 4-8, a warm summer or microclimate in the garden can be successful for zone 3. With corn, it's more dependent upon the heat vs growing zone.

  • Plant between May 15th - June 10th when the soil has warmed above 18°C. If spring weather is cold, start in flats indoors to carefully transplant later
  • Plant 2-5cm (1-2") deep, 7.5cm (3") apart, in rows 60-90cm (24-36") apart. Corn is pollinated by the wind so plant in a block of at least 4 rows.
  • Germination should occur between 7-10 days.
  • Matures in 70 days