Native American farmer grows amazing multi-coloured corn.  The crop originates from Oklahoma, where part-Cherokee farmer Carl Barnes had the idea of gathering colourful ears of corn and breeding them together. As the years went on, he managed to produce corn displaying dozens of different colours on a single cob. Looks like an cob of jelly beans~~

The crop originates from Oklahoma, where part-Cherokee farmer Carl Barnes had the idea of gathering colorful ears of corn and breeding them together. As the years went on, he managed to produce corn displaying dozens of different colors on a single cob.

Gem Corn! This is real AND NON-GMO, learn more about this corn and grow it for yourself too!

Glass Gem Corn -

Have you ever seem such beautiful corn? Yep, its real corn. Not the eating variety, but who'd want to destroy these beautiful cobs. Check out Glass Gem Corn - Sow & Dipity

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