They call it Indian corn. The call it flint corn. They call it calico corn. I was surprised to learn awhile back that you can actually plant it to come out in these colors. I really thought they were painted or colored in some way. Little did I know that you actually planted the seed to get these hues. Although they can be used in recipes, they are mostly found in centerpieces or front door decorations in October and November. I like cultivating corn, eating corn and looking at these fall decorations made with corn. However, I don't care for corn's use in mazes. They seem to be a craze around here. You know maize mazes! I have no interest getting lost amid an ocean of green stalks. I'll hang with the jugs of cider and search out the big pumpkins stacked on farm wagons. I'll let others go and get claustrophobicly lost in a maize maze.