Glass Gem Corn- 1 packet (20 grains)
Unbelievable colors. They really do shine like glass. Looks like strands of glass beads in every imaginable color. A social media darling, a star on Instagram, Reddit and Facebook. A flint corn bred by the late Carl Barnes, an Oklahoma Cherokee who dedicated his life to reclaiming and preserving seed of traditional Native American corns. It should be noted that, while Glass Gem corn is edible, it’s not sweet off the cob. It’s a flint variety, which is often used to make flour, popcorn or simply ornamental
Sturdy plants can reach 10′ tall. Average ear size 6-8″. Requires a fairly long growing season for favorable yields.