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Colourful: This extraordinary Glass Gem corn was bred naturally by a part-Cherokee farmer
Unique: The corn was developed from ears with natural splashes of colour which were then bred together
Gleaming: The kernels are so brightly coloured that they look like precious stones or glass beads
Bright: The colours which make up the corn include blazing red and black as well as the usual golden
Blue: One strain produces corn with deep blue kernels as well as some which are almost white
Contrast: The different varieties of Glass Gem can appear starkly divergent from one another
Popular: Native Seeds/SEARCH, which sells the corn, frequently sells out thanks to the high demand
On the branch: Despite its rainbow colours, Glass Gem is grown in the same way as other types of corn
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Attractive: From some angles, the corn looks just like a colourful children's toy
Appetising: Glass Gem should not be eaten off the cob, but can be turned into flour or popcorn
Tradition: Buyers are encouraged to keep the seeds in order to stop the corn strain dying out
Ruby-red: This is one of the most striking-looking plants produced by the seeds
Green shoots: This slender plant will eventually grow up to produce ears of multi-coloured corn
All wrapped up: The corn is surrounded by green leaves before breaking out of its shell
Pioneer: Carl Barnes spent years developing Glass Gem corn and passed the secret on before he died
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