Sweetcorn Alliance - Plants Growing Chart
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Our products are all grown with the utmost care and to high standards of quality. We regularly check our nursery stock to determine exactly when they will be at the optimum time for despatch.
We despatch our fresh, nursery-grown live plants (including vegetables, trees and flowers) when they are at a stage of growth ready for you, the customer, to plant on at home.
The delivery period shown on your order confirmation indicates when you can expect to receive your order and we will endeavour to despatch your plants in this period within 7-14 days
Sweetcorn Alliance - Plants
- 16 great-value plants delivered to your door
- Supersweet varieties great eaten straight from the plants
- Great for variable UK summers
- Full kernels from base to tip
- Less than 50p for every sweetcorn plant
Enjoy the impressive credentials of sweetcorn Alliance. A supersweet variety that gives you big 20cm (8in) cobs in the summer of sweetcorn sweet enough to eat straight from the plant. This variety is particularly suited for growing in the UK and every cob is surrounded by tough protective husks, keeping the kernels fresh and sweet.
Every kernel is thin-skinned too – so fleshy and with skins not sticking in your teeth.
Disease-resistant this variety is great for beginner growers trying out growing sweetcorn for the first time. Your plants are resistance to coming under attack by disease and thrive whatever the summer, be it hot and dry or cool and wet.
When you receive your plants, position in soil as soon as you can. If you can’t plant straight away keep your plants in their pack somewhere cool and keep the soil moist of your plants until you get the chance to plant up within a week.
Plant your 16 plants in grid formation around 20cm (8in) apart each way. This will help your plants pollinate better and form the delicious cobs sooner.See Full Description +
- Quantity 16x Sweetcorn Plants
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