Corn (Sweet & Ornamental)
A cereal grain first domesticated by indigenous peoples in southern Mexico. The leafy stalk of the plant produces separate pollen and ovuliferous inflorescences or ears, which are fruits, yielding kernels or seeds. Our packs have between 35 to 100 seeds per pack and 1800 to 3000 seeds per pound. Corn is one of the all-time favorites to grow! You can create a corn maze, have plenty for a family cook out, or make a fall decor display. No homestead or farmers market table should be without a few varieties. All our corn is Non-GMO!!
we carry several types of corn. All of our corn is non GMO variety and open pollinated heirloom
We specialize in rare ornamental corn
Perfect for making corn meal. Or livestock feed the way past generations have done for decades
We carry. Several great roasting varieties
That are full of corn flavor. And meant to be roasted
We carry good ole fresh eating corn that's meant for corn on the cob
Discover the Delicious and Decorative World of Heirloom Corn Seeds
Are you looking to add some variety to your garden or homestead? Consider heirloom corn seeds! These seeds have been passed down for generations and are prized for their unique flavor and beauty.
At Beyond Organic Seed, we offer a wide selection of heirloom corn seeds, including sweet and ornamental varieties. Our seeds are non-GMO, open-pollinated, and grown using sustainable practices.
Sweet corn varieties like Golden Bantam and Country Gentleman are perfect for summer barbecues and picnics. Their tender kernels burst with flavor and sweetness, making them a popular choice for grilling, roasting, or boiling.
On the other hand, ornamental corn is not only delicious but also stunningly beautiful. With its vibrant colors and unique patterns, ornamental corn is a popular choice for fall decorations and centerpieces.
Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting, heirloom corn seeds are a great addition to any garden. Not only do they provide delicious and decorative options, but they also help preserve our agricultural heritage.
So why not try something new and order some heirloom corn seeds today?