Beautiful Sweetcorn

Nothing beats the taste of fresh sweetcorn cobs cooked  immediately after harvesting, for this reason Sweetcorn will always have a slot in my vegetable garden. I also enjoy growing Sweetcorn because I think the plants are beautiful, they add height and visual interest to the vegetable garden as well as sound, rustling in the breeze. After I have harvested all the cobs I don’t rip my plants out, I leave them there to be enjoyed even more, especially when the first frosts cover them with glitter.

What do you do with your sweetcorn plants once you have harvested all the cobs?

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