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Peaches and Cream Hybrid Sweet Corn F1


Peaches and Cream Sweet Corn has a flavor and texture as good as its name. Large, bicolor ears. Sugary-enhanced (se) variety. Zea mays. 75 days to maturity. Approx. 2,000 seeds per lb.



Check out our Corn Growing Guide to learn more about how to grow corn in your garden.

Peaches and Cream Sweet Corn has is a bicolor hybrid with white and yellow kernels that provide two different flavors in each bite. With a name like Peaches and Cream, you know it has to be good. It is a sugary-enhanced (se) variety, which means it matures slightly earlier than standard varieties. Sugary-enhanced sweet corn also can store longer in cold storage, usually up to 10 days without losing its sweetness. Peaches and Cream Sweet Corn plants produce long flags that do a great job of covering and protecting the 8.5" long ears. While it is known for its fresh-eating quality, it also performs well when creamed and frozen in bags for later.

Sweet corn should be planted in the spring after the last frost date. Sweet corn can be grown throughout the warmer months up until fall, as long as time is permitted for harvest before first frost. Succession planting is recommended with at least two plantings, one in early spring and one in late summer/early fall. Corn ear worm pressure will be greater in the warmer months, but this can be alleviated by applying spinosad to silks and tassels once they appear.

We recommend planting sweet corn using a walk-behind planter like our Hoss Garden Seeder. Once plants emerge, thin plants to 6-8" depending on adequate irrigation. If drip irrigation is used, in-row spacing may be as close as 6". If water is scarce, a wider in-row spacing will be necessary. For pollination purposes, corn should be planted in a square plot with rows on 30-36" spacing. Planting a few long rows will result in poor germination and absence of kernels on the cobs.

Peaches and Cream Sweet Corn Planting Information

Planting Method: direct seed

When to Plant: after last frost

Planting Depth: 1"

Seed Spacing: 6-8"

Row Spacing: 30-36"

Days to Maturity: 75

Disease Resistance: None

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Arkansas weather

I recently ordered from Hoss for the first time. Everything arrived fast and packaged great. I received the peaches and cream corn and some white zipper peas. We planted everything and they germinated wonderfully. Sadly we had about a week and half of heavy, heavy rains so I will have to replant peas but the corn is doing awesome!

Jacob sanders
Sweet corn

I live in zone 8 and have planted but I haven’t harvested yet but so far packaging and delivery and information is great I purchase 95% of my seed from hoss and I have not been let down yet great company and will have my business for the rest of my market garden endeavor


Hoss tools never disappoints. We love the product and the support!

Ted Brown
Deep South Mississippi, peaches and cream sweetcorn

By far my favorite bicolor sweet corn of all!!! I grow it every year and always have more than enough for my family and friends!!! I rotate my three 30’x50’ blocks every year and fertilize with triple 13 annitrate which I give to them when my plants get about knee-high…

Robert Ford

This is the second year I've purchased my seeds from a local merchant here in the Atlanta area. Very, very pleased with the quality of their seeds and a wide selection also. Ordered arrived in just a matter of a few days. Starting to plant my garden this week. Happy to know Hoss is right here in Georgia and a quality company all around.

PS - I've planted Peaches & Cream Corn for YEARS. (I'm a 97 year old WWII Veteran. One of our family favorites. Can't go wrong!