Peaches and Cream is an f1 hybrid bi color variety of Sweet Corn. It actually yields two different tastes with each bite, the yellow kernels have concentrated more sugars and the whites more starch - they meld together in your mouth for a buttery sweet taste.
It matures fairly early 70 - 85 days [midseason] to produce roughly 6 foot tall stalks that that yield two to three 8 - 9 inch bicolor ears. It is a warm season crop that does not fare well in cooler climates.
One heart breaking drawback with growing Peaches and Cream corn is that it has to be shielded from heavy winds, the stalks are not incredibly sturdy and tend to topple over easily in storm weather.
Another drawback is barren stalks, it happens with all varieties, but in my experience I believe it is more prevalent with this cultivar. If you factor in the barren stalks with all the others that produce 1 or 2 ears - the average is actually only about 1 ear per stalk. Barren stalks should be regarded as weeds and removed
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