Grow Your Own Rainbow Glass Gem Corn for Only $3.99 (Fun Spring Project!)

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rainbow colored corn

Growing your own food can be so fun!

Head on over to where you can snag this Glass Gem Corn Seeds 20-Count Pack for just $3.99!

This beautiful colored corn comes from a unique strain of flint corn and is from a small farm in Fallsington, PA. Once grown, the corn can be used for popcorn or ground into flour. They would also be cute to let dry out and use as home decor in the fall!

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Colorful ear of corn

Check out the awesome reviews on these glass gem corn seeds…

Excited about these seeds! They sprouted in just a couple of days and are already getting bigger, quick delivery, very happy with this purchase 

Everything is perfect I just wish I could leave another review once my corn grows! I’m so excited to grow it. I’m putting it right in my front yard! Lol 💓🙌🏻

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  1. Steve R

    What a great idea!!! Thanks for sharing!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome! 🤗

  2. Beth

    So would this corn be good to eat or is it not very tasty and just meant for decor? It’s so pretty but I would hate to use up garden space growing decor.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey Beth! It seems there are two options on how this corn can be eaten. – “Glass Gem is a flint corn which can be made into a decent popcorn or ground into flour.” Hoping that is helpful! 🥰

    • Krista Lipe

      Hi Beth, this is not a sweet corn that you can cook to eat. It’s the type that is grown for grain (or used for decor). They say it can be dried and used for popcorn, but just be aware you won’t see the colors after it’s popped. These are mostly grown as a novelty decor. There are better varieties if you want grain or popcorn.

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