Indian Corn

We went to our neighboring apple orchard and cider and I find this Indian corn pretty. I asked hubby if we could eat it he said NO. And I said what's the purpose of them and he said for decoration. But I thought the farmers could grind it and give it to the chickens. I hope I am right. ^_^

                           I am linking this post to Mellow Yellow Monday and  Ruby Red Tuesday

Comments

George said…
The Indian corn is very pretty. I have often seen it used as decorations, but I have never known anyone to eat it.
A friend from church brought the same kind of corn as a props. :)

MellowYellowMonday
It is beautiful as a Fall decoration. It does look yummy, though :)
Liz said…
Pretty corns. Now I know you couldn't eat them, haha.

My MYM.
Rita said…
Love your header shot. Your post reminded me that I wanted to purchase some indian corn to decorate my front door.

Going now to add it to the shopping list on the frig.
Junneth said…
It reminds me of the corn harvest, fresh from our farm. Pwedeng isugba pag bagong pitas. Sarap no'n. My post is also corn but it can be eaten... My Yummy Pop Corn Manang Kim.
Marites said…
strange that it can't be eaten. the corn looks quite colorful!
imriz said…
oh, i love the colors, manang kim. if i could have few of those, i'm going to hang it near my kitchen window:)
promdi said…
add me manang kim, i'm IMRIZ, :))) super tnx.
Kebeni said…
great combination of meme's. Indian corn looks great though
chubskulit said…
Indian ba taklaga yan ate kasi madami din nyan satin eh hehehe..
EG Wow said…
It can probably be ground into corn meal as it looks a lot like the original corn before hybridization. But I think it makes a gorgeous decoration. :)
It is so beautiful! I am sure animals can eat it. Lovely. And I thought I'd mention that your blog title is very hard to read over your header photo. You might want to use a different color or style type.
Carolyn Ford said…
Beautiful! I love this time of year when the Indian corn is available!
Maria @ LSS said…
I've seen them as ornaments. Happy Ruby Tuesday.
carolsnotebook said…
I love the colors in the Indian corn.
eden said…
Those are pretty and make a good decoration. My first time to see those kind of kind.
Siromade said…
My first time to see Indian corn, unique type of corn looks cool. Looks tempting to eat, I love corn.
Pagan Sphinx said…
Nice capture of the corn!
LV said…
I am sure the sole purpose for this type corn is decoration. However, some poor old chicken my enjoy it too. Thanks for vising my blog and your nice comment.
cHe said…
Wow this is nice for decoration i agree to your hubby:)I love to eat corn:)
Fe said…
wow, unique naman nito, never ko pa tong nakita in real, ganda xa for decoration :)
Jama said…
I've never seen such colorful corns here! they sure make pretty photograph.
Vernz said…
Hi Manang Kim, I remember my lolo on this .. they used to have this at farm... they call this tapul...

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Roxxy said…
it looks different but quite interesting too as an ornament :P ..
Ann said…
May be if they didn't keep it so long on the plant, it can be eaten. LOL
Ann said…
May be if they didn't keep it so long on the plant, it can be eaten. LOL
Nothing shouts autumn like some ears of Indian corn. Children love to pick them out! I think it was my first effort to decorate ("Oh mommy, we need this one with all the colors in it!").
Anna said…
Thanks for visiting and commenting on my new bracelets. I am going to list everything that I have shown there.
I love Indian corn! It looks like my first bracelet with all the different colours!
Can you eat Indian corn? Or is it strictly a decoration?
Best wishes,
Anna
For the benefit of other readers:
Anna's Blue Monday\Mellow-Yellow-Monday\Ruby Tuesday
lynda Howells said…
lovely red images for ruby red tuesdayxlynda
Life Moto said…
pati sa mais ay colorful sila. akala ko sa clothing lang.


Lifemoto MYM
A Gracious Home said…
The Indian corn is great. It looks so good on hay bales,a stuffed farmer and pumpkins. My daughter in law fixes one for her yard or porch ever year. Doylene

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