Photo Scavenger Hunts

Scavenger Hunt for Country Gentleman Corn

By Shelley Pierce | January 11, 2016

Scavenger Hunt for Country Gentleman Corn

by Shelley Pierce January 11, 2016

Scavenger Hunt for Country Gentleman Corn

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By Shelley Pierce | January 11, 2016

Join Gardening Know How on their scavenger hunt for Country Gentleman Corn! For more information on this sweet and delicious heirloom corn, click here. If you have Country Gentleman Corn, photograph it and share it with us hash-tagged #GKHpichunt via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! All photo submissions will be judged by Gardening Know How staff and one grand prize winner will be selected.


WHAT DO YOU WIN?

You have a week to complete this scavenger hunt mission! Contest starts 8 a.m. EST on Monday, January 11th and ends 8 a.m. EST on Monday, January 18th!

THE RULES

  • Photo submissions must be original and the submitting photographer must hold all rights to the work. Originality of photos will be verified by Gardening Know How.
  • Photographers must have explicit permission from any people whose faces are recognizable in their photographs.
  • Multiple photo submissions are allowed provided each photo is unique.
  • Photos taken of Country Gentleman Corn in past years also qualify.
  • Photographers retain copyright in their submitted work.

GOOD LUCK & HAPPY HUNTING!


UPDATE 2/3/2016: Congratulations to Kyle Sonnier, the winner of the Scavenger Hunt for Country Gentleman Corn!

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    carol
    Comment added January 11, 2016Reply

    Completely in the dark....what is Country Gentlemen Corn...I have in my kitchen cabinet a ear of popcorn....fill me in...educate me...I am a city girl with few gardening skills.....lol

    Rich
    Comment added January 15, 2016Reply

    It is called a shoepeg corn because the kernels are not in a row. Open pollinated, I think...

    Shelley
    Comment added January 16, 2016Reply

    Rich - you are correct!

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