A tender, tasty early white sweet corn. Developed by New Jersey horticulturist, Luther Hill in 1902, the small 4’ stalks are ideal for backyard gardens. Two 4 -6 inch ears on each stalk. Grows well in New England. 70 days. Plant 1 inch deep, every 4 - 6 inches, thinning to 1 plant every 10-12 inches, in rows 30 inches apart.
Linda Enerson, the farmer/owner of Ox and Robin, has been working with heirloom and rare seeds since 2011. After joining Seed Savers Exchange, a worldwide network of seed savers, she was hooked on exploring and preserving the wonderful qualities of heirloom vegetable and herb varieties, many of which surpass commonly available food crops in taste, disease resistance and aesthetic appeal.
In addition to raising crops, she also trains the oxen used as the main power source on the farm. Linda also creates the watercolor/collage artwork for every Ox and Robin seed label.