**I LOVE plants that can be neglected and still thrive well!**
**GROWN ON OUR FARM HERE IN TENNESSEE**
***Sweet Giant Gourd Corn Seeds***
White Gourd corn, very vigorous 12'–14' ft. stalks bear 1–2 big, fat ears with long, white kernels that shell very easily. 2½ in. wide ears average 6–8 in. long, 22 rows/ear.
Originally brought to south Texas by German farmers who migrated from Tennessee. Ears can be shelled almost with the flick of a finger. Stalks average 14' tall, yielding 2-4 ears per stalk, containing 18 to 22 rows of cream colored, sweet narrow kernels, compactly united from the cob to the surface. Easiest shelling corn. Resistant to diseases, withstands drought, and does well in any soil.
It is considered to be an best choice for tortilla flour.
Allow seedheads to dry on plants; remove and collect seeds
Properly cleaned, seed can be successfully stored