The Glass Gem Corn is Edible and Boasts the Colors of the Rainbow

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 16, 2012 • References: secure.seedstrust & neatorama
While the Glass Gem Corn may look like a candy version of corn or a fake one, it in fact resides in the maize family. A special crop, it boasts more colors than a rainbow. Since it looks like candy and tastes like corn, the Glass Gem Corn will doubly whet people's appetites. It offers both a visual and tasty feast.

According to Neatorama, "Seeds Trust, a family seed company, got the seeds for glass gem corn from Greg Schoen who got his seeds from his 'corn-teacher,' Carl Barnes, an 80ish year old part-Cherokee man, in Oklahoma." Utterly unique, this corn will certainly make dinner time children's favorite meal of the day. They would eat all of their veggies if they were rainbow colored. Stats for Multi-Hued Maize Trending: Older & Warm
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