Ornamental Indian Corn Seeds | Heirloom | Non- GMO
Indian Ornamental Corn is one of the oldest varieties of corn in the world. This open-pollinated, decorative variety produces beautiful, large, eight-inch ears.
Indian Ornamental Corn is stunningly used for decoration but also makes a great animal feed. Some people who eat this variety aren’t as flavorful as sweet corn (check out our Golden Bantam Sweet Corn seeds for eating!).
Indian Ornamental Corn kernels showcase all sorts of fall colors including red, yellow, orange, brown, black, blue, white, and burgundy. Plants from this variety can grow up to eight feet tall and mature in 110 days.
Name: Corn (Zea Mays) Variety: Indian Ornamental Germination: 90% Days to Maturity: 110 Days Pollination: Open Pollinated Type: Annual Hardiness Zone: Zones 3 - 12 Sunlight: Full Sun Soil: Fertile, Loose Soil With a Ph 6.0 - 6.5 Plant Height: 50 - 65 Inches