100 seeds/pack | 100-120 days | Heirloom
Native to Africa, sorghum soon became an important food crop to cultures around the world. This particular variety has been grown for the past 200 years by the Tarahumara people who's homelands include the highlands of the Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico. At 10-12 feet, this crop is an impressive visual in any garden. The white seeds can be popped or ground for flour and the stalks can be used for forage.