Longfellows Field Corn
This fine field corn is the result of careful selection in a family of Massachusetts farmers for forty-five years. The ears are remarkably long some of them fifteen inches and oftentimes two or more good specimens grow on one stock. The cob is quite small. It is the largest kerneled variety of yellow field corn that I have ever found it safe to plant in the latitude of Massachusetts where it is extensively grown. Over two hundred bushels of ears have been raised to the acre in Massachusetts. Pkt. 10c qt. by mail 50c lb. be exp 30c peck 75c bus. 2.25.
I dont think there is a sweeter richer-flavored white sweet corn for the table than this. Its quality is a surprise to me and I think it will be to any of my customers who have not as yet grown it. Stock directly from the originator. Pkt. 10c.
The most popular main crop variety fodder and ears of good size sweet well filled. Pkt. 15c lb. 30c 2 lb. 50c 12 lb. 2.75.
Marblehead Mammoth Sweet Corn
Ears of this corn have been exhibited weighing as gathered from the stalk between two and three pounds each. It is a very sweet corn for family use and the earliest sweetest and largest of all the Mammoth Sweet varieties. No other sweet corn will yield as much fodder. I offer packages from selected ears. Pkt. 10c.
Sibleys Pride of the North
This on my experimental grounds proves to be decidedly the earliest of all the Dent varieties. It will mature in 90 days and can be ripened as far north as northern New England. Pkt. 10c.
White Marblehead Early
By selecting none but the purest white ears for stock seed I have made a variety the ears of which come almost uniformly white both cob and kernels. Pkt. 10c.
The Lamson Yellow Flint Field Corn
A little earlier than the Longfellow. Several years ago I raised of this variety on a piece of land broke up for the first time from pasture two hundred and twenty bushels of ears by actual measurement to the acre which gave one hundred and fourteen bushels of shelled corn. Bus. 2.25 peck 75c qt. mail 60c. pkt. 10c
Old Colony Sweet Corn
This variety is earlier than Stowells but otherwise resembling it having a fine deep grain. It remains in market condition for some time much longer than the average corn. Can be raised farther north than Stowells. A little later than Moores. Pkt. 10c
Pee-And-Kay Sweet Corn
For a second early this has a very large ear. Kernels very large pearly white and sweet. Very salable and hence very popular with farmers and market gardeners. Pkt. 10c.
A large-eared variety very white tender and sweet. It grows 8 10 and 12 rowed. A great favorite with those who can corn for market. It ripens about a week earlier than Stowells. The ears are longer and not quite as thick as Stowells. They make a fine appearance. Pkt. 10c.
Extra Early Crosby Corn
This variety is earlier than the common Crosby by about a week and more dwarf in habit of growth. The ears are as large or larger than the later sort. Pkt. 10c.