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Painted Hill Sweet Corn
'Painted Hill' Sweet Corn
Painted Hill Sweet Corn
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Painted Hill Sweet Corn

75 days — This is a very interesting open-pollinated, sweet corn variety developed for cooler and shorter growing seasons.  Each ear is about seven inches in length and filled with multicolored, flavorful kernels on stalks that are five to six feet in height.

'Painted Hill' was bred by Dr. Alan Kapuler of Peace Seeds who stabilized a cross between Dave Christianson's genetically diverse 'Painted Mountain' flour corn and the old heirloom, 'Luther Hill' sweet corn. Each packet contains one ounce, which is approximately 150 seeds.

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Perfect germ, indifferent to weather, no pest or disease problems. Short, resilient stalks, 2 or 3 very nice ears per. Meaty flavored, not too sweet; firm kernels, fairly large and almost irregular, beautiful varicolor results. Pollination quite good but not complete, probably due to weather, but ripened a bit later than expected. Will not be dabbling with any other sweet corn varieties, as this is the one for me.
Reviewed by: David Emigh from NW PA. on 12/1/2013
Painted Hills Corn
I planted this for the first time last year (2012). I found the corn very flavorful. When cooked the kernels retain their variety of colors & when canned the kernels turn yellow.
Reviewed by: Delores Raines from Salem, Oregon. on 1/4/2013
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