Glass Gem corn seeds

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    RosalynRosalyn
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    Hi, if you are around Lille, France and would like to have some seeds of this colorful corn variety, let me know and I would happily share them.

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    CarolCarol
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    Wow! They’re lovely! Too bad I’m from another continent…

    If I had them, I would keep them as decoration and not for food!


    “You got to be a gardener to appreciate dirty and muddy hands.”

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    luzvimindaLuzviminda
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    The colors are amazing! Do they  grow in hot weather? I wish I could have them!!!

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    RosalynRosalyn
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    Yes because it is originally from a hot region. @Luzviminda and @Carol, you can also buy seeds online. That’s what I did.

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    chin chickC Chick
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    I’ve read some blogs about this colorful corn and since then I’ve been interested in this plant! It’s goood to see that somebody posted about this here..

    Just a trivia – you can’t eat this variety like a normal corn.

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    RosalynRosalyn
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    It’s true, you can’t eat it like sweet corn, for example. For us, we had fun making popcorns out of it!

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