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  • Festivity
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Festivity

TS364

Zea mays.  A sixth generation cross between Anasazi and Tuxedo, this sweet corn was bred by the late Jonathon Spero, organic breeder from Southern Oregon. Festivity has large deep kernels excellent for roasting or cutting off the cob.  2 ears per plant.  A hint of color at milk (fresh eating) stage ripens to bright multicolored ears at maturity.  Not from our seed bank collection, but your purchase supports our conservation mission.

  • Approx. 100 seeds (20 g).
  • Limit 3 packets.
  • $4.95

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Ray Eason
Seeds fot thought.

Received seed - already planted some - remainder in late winter. Numerous purchases in past and 1 or two visits to store… thumbs up. Thanks, Raymond Eason via San Antonio, Tx., Hickory, Va and Cocoa Beach, Fl.

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Kkk Wolf
Festivity

We haven't planted yet, its still too hot, our fall growing season starts very soon. It was still 111 degrees on Sunday! We are waiting for the 100 degree days and 75 degrees nights. Arizona zone 10b growing area.

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Marco Matthews

Festivity

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Veronica Gossett
Plants in days!

I planted my seeds and had seedlings within a few days, so happy!!! That was not my experience in seed packs I bought in local stores. I will only be getting my seeds from Native Seeds from here on out!

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Martha Austin
Native seeds

Corn, Navajo Hubbard squash, melons, all of these valuable plants been grown and cultivated for many generations. It is used for food and ceremonial use. We love to the seeds from Naive seed search. I been sharing the produce from the harvest with my people, the Navajo.