Mixed Broom Corn / Sorghum

Broom Corn (Sorghum bicolor) is a sorghum species that can be used for traditional broom making, but is also: a fast growing biomass cover crop and edible grain producer that can be used for flours, syrup, or just cooked whole.

Size: Packet: 170 seeds (4 grams)

Broom Corn (Sorghum bicolor) is a sorghum species that can be used for traditional broom making, but is also: a fast growing biomass cover crop and edible grain producer that can be used for flours, syrup, or just cooked whole.
Common Name:
Mixed Broom Corn
Scientific Name:
Sorghum bicolor
Description:
Sorghum grass used for traditional broom making. A stunning array of auburn red to nearly black seeds.
Plant Lifespan:
Annual
Cold Hardiness:
Zone 10a (30 to 35)
Light Requirements:
Full Sun (min. six hours a day)
Seed In:
Late Spring
Seeding Depth:
1/2 in.
Days to Sprout:
3-5
Optimal Soil Temperature (F):
65-85
Plant Spacing:
8-12 in.
Average Days from Seed to Harvest:
85-110

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