You must be talking about “Indian corn”, which indigenous Americans farmed and which evolved into our modern-day sweet corn. Indian corn is rarely grown in gardens anymore, but sometimes you can find it at good garden stores for use during the fall season. Check out Victory Seeds at their link for Indian corn: http://www.victoryseeds.com/corn.html. This company carries a lot of rare and heirloom varieties of seeds. I also found a nice array of Indian corn varieties available for purchase at this link: http://www.reimerseeds.com/indian-corn_1313.aspx
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