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Honey ‘n Pearl (sh2) Sweet Corn
(10 customer reviews)
This All-America Selections winner is considered the premium sh2 bicolored corn. Each well-formed, 8 1/2-in. long ear boasts 16 to 18 rows of honey-sweet, pearly kernels. Delicious fresh, canned or frozen. 78 DAYS.
Seed Counts: A packet of 250 sweet corn seeds sows a 50-ft. row. A 1/2-lb. packet of sweet corn seeds sows a 200-ft. row.
All Gurney's corn seed is now treated.
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- Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Honey 'n Pearl
Reviewed By: Brian (Edon, Ohio)
Grew very well for us. The kernels were quite a bit harder and not as sweet as the Incredible when boiled. We got two big ears off of each plant. All around it is a good variety.
- Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Reviewed By: JP (Evensvile, TN)
This was my first year planting corn. I planted five varietes, three sweet, one dent, and Indian corn. By far this one has done the best. I am getting two great ears off of almost every plant and probably had a germination rate well into the 95% range. Great tasting corn and I have done "very little" with it. Very easy for the home novice gardner.
- Sunday, July 24, 2011
Reviewed By: matt (bonfield, illinois)
Me and my brother planted about 18 rows, two hundred feet long and because the ground was soaked with water we thought that the yield would be low and that we wouldn't have much to sell. It came up fairly well and the rain was perfect after that for about a month...then it got hot and dry but it still kept doing good. We roto-tilled between rows to keep weeds down and probably watered it five times when there was no rain. This was the forth time this field was corn because they had sprayed for beans, but the corn stalks were strong standing and each produced two solid pickings of full, delicious, huge ears. We sold the first "batch" today and it sold fast. The word spread and people came and bought alot because their neihbors told them it was so good. This is a great choice of sweet corn for freezing, or sale. This is the third year we have planted it and it has never let us down.
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