Vco 3347
Days To Maturity : 82
Germination Days : 7-10
Planting Depth : 1-2
Seed Code : O
Seeds Per Packet : 60
Spacing : 15
When To Plant : Early spring
When To Plant : Mid-summer
30 PKTs Available
Top Hat Sweet Corn, O... VCO-3347



A new yellow sweet corn

from Oregon farmer/breeder Jonathan Spero of Lupine Knoll Farm.

Top Hat was a favorite in our trial this year, with well-filled, plump ears and a rich, sweet flavor.

Away from the corn belt, he is growing non-GMO, non-hybrid corns for organic gardeners and farmers. Top Hat is a de-hybridization of the sweet hybrid Tuxedo. We applaud this public-spirited traditional breeding effort. OSSI_pledged variety. The breeder has voluntarily passed up patenting this variety and given it to the public domain.

Its well-wrapped husk also seemed to resist corn earworms better than most other corns. We think you will love it. 



Does well in many soils-does best in deep, rich soils. Good drainage and full sun important. Must be planted in a section at least 5 feet square for good cross-pollination. Sow seed 2 weeks after average date of last frost. Best planted in succession, directly into garden 15" apart. Greedy feeder so fertilize well. Don't plant same place every year. . GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: W, H/Matures as marked/Harvest 1-2 /Yield fresh 17-68, dry 12-48/ Spacing 15" ADDITIONAL INFORMATION :Easy to grow                                                               You have the freedom to use these OSSI-Pledged seeds in any way you choose. In return, you pledge not to restrict others’ use of these seeds or their derivatives by patents, licenses or other means, and to include this Pledge with any transfer of these seeds or their

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So far, I like it
on 03/27/16 by GREGORY THOMSON in Corona, Ca

I'm trying to grow corn for the first time, and got some of this Top Hat sweet corn. Actually, I'm new to growing most everything. I put 6 of these kernels in an Aerogarden seed starter setup 7 days ago, and added no nutrients, and a week later 4 of them are already about 4" high. Nothing from the other 2 yet. But that's okay - I wanted 4 to plant outside. Corn is on the left of the picture... I can't believe it grew so much so quick. Will be interesting to see how it does when I move it outside.