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Two Inch Strawberry Popcorn Corn


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Item Details

Small red strawberry-shaped ears are good for popping and gorgeous for fall decorations. Plants are 5-6' tall with 2-4 ears per stalk.

  • ±420 seeds/oz
  • Organic
  • Red kernels
  • Popcorn
  • Plants grow to 5-6 feet
  • Produces 2-4 ears per stalk
  • Strawberry shaped ears

This variety works for:

  • Popping

This corn is perfect for stovetop popping:

  • First remove kernels from the cob using a tool or by rubbing two cobs together
  • Add oil and 3 kernels of popcorn to a large pot, cover, and cook on medium-high heat until the kernels pop
  • Take those kernels out of the pot and add the rest of the kernels
  • Cover and take the pot off the heat and wait 30 seconds before replacing the pot on the heat
  • Shake the pot occasionally to make sure all kernels are heated
  • When popping slows after about 2 minutes, take the lid off the pot and remove from heat.

  • Toppings for popcorn include the traditional salt and butter, nutritional yeast, grated cheese, honey, dried herbs and even caramel and chocolate.

    Growing Instructions

    Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors 1" deep after danger of frost has passed. For good pollination and full ears, plant in blocks of 3-6 rows instead of one long row. Thin seedlings to 8" apart. Corn is a heavy feeder and does best in well-drained fertile soil with plenty of water.

    • Direct Seed: 4" Apart
    • Germination: 4-21 Days
    • Rows Apart: 36-48"
    • Light: Full Sun

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    The cutest tiny popcorn kernels


    This was such fun to grow! The kernels are tiny, so the popped corn is also tiny and cute! The kernels are sharp, so gloves make removing them easier. Next time, we're going to try popping them straight off the cobs.

    Just right


    As an organic heirloom gardener I have grown Strawberry popcorn for better 15 years.
    That alone should e all you need to know butt I will add that there isn't a child nor a woman for that matter who doesn't rave!
    I gave to everyone in my area be it man woman or beast and that includes the bar owner nearby who served popcorn at her bar.
    Sorry your our of seed at present but will watch.

    Beautiful Red Kernels, Fast-Growing Mini Corn


    I planted this corn in a food & pollinator jungle in my St. Paul, Minnesota front yard, interspersed with tomatoes, tomatillo, peppers, kale, lavender, milkweed, Jerusalem artichoke, sunflowers, and runner beans—truly a good forest jungle.

    These corn grew fast: the plants were taller than “knee high by the Fourth of July” even though we had a drought this summer, and we started to harvest tiny ears of corn in late August. The dark red color of the kernels is spectacular.

    We have not tried making popcorn yet but they are beautiful for decorative use.



    This was my first season growing corn and I was just delighted with these! Every seed germinated, they grew well, produced well and popped well! They’re a stunning color and just so adorable too. I expect these will continue to be a staple for my garden.