Not quite in the way you imagine it. I have a sweet corn line from a stray pollen cross with Oaxacan Green. At the edible stage, it is off white, almost yellow. The green aleurone color shows up as the kernel dries, but shriveled kernels show a dark bluish black color instead of green. This is because the green color is from combining yellow and blue against white starch endosperm. Take away the starch endosperm and the color is no longer green.
Burpee sells a red sweet corn that takes advantage of maternal genetics to produce red pericarp over yellow kernels. The pericarp is from the mother plant and can be red without affecting the underlying genetics of the seed.
Last Edit: Nov 18, 2020 9:22:09 GMT -5 by DarJones