Probably the most beautiful corn of them all. This green corn is native to Mexico. It is used to make tortillas. I have grown it for a couple of years in the seed garden and it is not difficult. Corn, I think, is generally an easy plant to grow, you just have to comply with a few main things. Good nutrient-rich soil – it is a large plant, it requires nourishment. Sun and heat – possibly pre-cultivate indoors in April and transplants into the garden in the open air in June. So corn in a small cluster, rather than a row. The corn plant is wind-pollinated and this means that it is important that the plants stand close to each other, so that the pollen can sprinkle over many plants and ensure good pollination. In September you have a good harvest – notice Oaxacan Green Dent corn can be eaten as sweet corn in its young stage, where it is yellow and mild. Later it turns green and harder and can be saved for next year’s corn sowing or to make flour from. Grow only one kind of corn in the garden at a time if you want to take seeds – they cross-pollinate easily.