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Sweetcorn Honeydew Improved - Plants 0

Sweetcorn Honeydew Improved – Plants

grow Nine In A Vegetable Plot As Small As A Square Metrebred For Intense Sweetnessrobust And Cold-weather Toleranta Well-bred Second Generation Extra Tender Sweetcorn Type Which Gives You 20-30cm (10-12in) Cobs That Offer Sweetness And Vibrant Colour. Perfect For The Oncoming Garden-party Season. For The Cobs You Don't Eat Straight Off The Plant (they're That Moreish) Have Them Under The Grill. There Are Plenty Of Recipes Online, So Enjoy.this Extra Tender Variety Is A Tough-coookie; It's A Late-season Variety That Gives You Lots Of Tasty Cobs From July. The Increased Cob-hardiness Of This Improved Variety Makes Them Able To Withstand Damage When You Pull Off The Cobs For The Plant.every Plant Is Able To Produce Two Or Even Maybe Three Well-sized Super-sweet Cobs.honeydew Improved Is Suitable For The Chilliest Of Uk Locations- Great News For Northern Home-growers And It Performs Better In Cooler Climates Than Other Sweet Corns.we Recommend You Grow Sweetcorn Honeydew Nearby Tender Flowers In Your Garden As The Sweetcorn Plants Provide A Natural Wind Barrier Which Adds A Degree Of Protection To More Tender Plants.

Sweetcorn 'mirai 160y' 0

Sweetcorn ‘mirai 160y’

New To 2016. Super-sweet Type Crossed With Extra-tender Type Which Has Strong Plants With Extra Thin Skin Over The Kernels, Tender Enough To Eat Raw. You Will Notice The Best Flavour When It’s Steamed.sweetcorn Variety That Looks Attractive In A Herbaceous Border Too And Adds Vertical Interest, Especially When In Flower.james Oakey Head Of Horticulture Sings Its Praises;“i Tasted This Variety Last Year At Trials And Was Blown Away By Its Sweetness And Tenderness. It’s A Super Sweet Type Crossed With Extra Tender Type Which Has Strong Plants With Extra Thin Skin Over The Kernels Tender Enough To Eat Raw. You Will Notice The Best Flavour When It’s Barely Cooked.”cobs Are Well Filled To The End And Are Approximately 20cm (8in) Long.do Not Plant Near Any Other Varieties Of Sweetcorn, To Avoid Cross Pollination Which Will Affect Flavour And Colour. Alternatively Allow At Least 14 Day Harvest Interval Between Different Crops.harvest Approximately 75-80 Days After Transplanting Young Plants Into Soil.