Corn, Stowell's Evergreen #1908 CO2
Nathaniel Newman Stowell of Massachusetts established this variety in 1848 by crossing Menomoni Flour Corn and the Iroquois Northern Sugar Corn. "Evergreen" refers to its ability to stay fresh & sweet for a long period of time. The corn would stay fresh through most of the winter. 8' stalks; 8-9" ears; 1-2 ears per stalk. (80-100 days)
60+ seeds/pktDirect sow seed 1/2 to 1" deep, after the soil has warmed. Sow 5-6 seeds per foot, in rows 30-40" apart. A minimum of 4 rows side by side are needed for best pollination. Companions: beans encourage growth; squash suppresses weeds; peas add nitrogen to the soil.