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OK, I changed my mind


Instead now I am happy about my corn.

When I pulled the first two cobs off I couldn’t really tell what was going on underneath the vines of pumpkins. Most of the corn stalks have 3 (!) corn cobs where I usually get 1. Hey…my corn plants are loaded! Then in addition to those cobs are the funky ones as last described.

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Pumpkin in corn

 

 

When the squash get travelling through the corn it looks a lot like a jungle. These two plants like each other. The squash keep the ground damp at the foot of the corn and the corn gives the pumpkin extra attraction from pollinators.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I found one mutated head that 6 cobs coming out of it – fascinating. I cooked it and it is edible although there isn’t much of value on them.

 

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Six headed corn

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6 Responses to “OK, I changed my mind”

  1. Hey that sounds like a great relationship with the squash and the corn. Reminds me of me and my guy. I am the corn and he is the squash. Heheh

  2. Naomi says:

    Have you ever attempted to save corn seed?

    • sherry says:

      I’ve done it, but not with this Supersweet variety I love so much. It’s a hybrid. About the only seed I put up with as a hybrid. I have kept and grown other non-hybrid corn, but it’s not as good, so it has ‘fallen by the wayside’.

  3. Naomi says:

    Next year I am going to try corn. We will have to build a cold frame for them because we don’t have enough room in our house for all the plants I like to grow.

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