Plant: After last frost

Sorghum bicolor

100 seeds/pack   |   110 days   |  Heirloom

Originating in Africa and grown for years on the San Carlos reservation in Arizona, this sorghum cultivar is prized for its exceedingly sweet stalks that can be processed into syrup or simply sucked like sugarcane. Grows 10-12 ft. The seeds have nutritional qualities although ; though, it is prized more often as a forage crop for livestock. The seed heads can be stripped of seeds and bound together to make colorful brooms!