Mini Pink Popcorn, 20 seeds, nutty flavor, compact plants, small garden, organic heirloom, drought tolerant, dried arrangement, fun for kids
This charming pink corn is actually an heirloom from the otherwise joyless 1930's dustbowl. Needless to say, it's drought-tolerant and dang tough.
Dwarf pink ears grow only 3" to 5" long on 6' plants. The shiny pink kernels pop into fluffy white popcorn with a rich nutty flavor. Very attractive in wreaths and centerpieces, equally enjoyable accompanying your favorite movie.
Corn needs rich soil, full sun, and should be planted in blocks, not rows, or you'll get naked corn cobs. Direct sow as soon as the soil is warm. 95 days
Sow seeds 1/2 inch deep, soil temperatures should be 70 degrees or warmer for best results.
Keep soil moist, but not soaking wet.