Heirloom Seeds

Sorghum Seeds

Sorghum bicolor is used for food as grain and in sorghum syrup or sorghum molasses.  Sorghum is also used in the production of alcoholic beverages, and biofuels. Sorghum in general is heat-tolerant and resistant to drought.  Sorghum is an important homesteading crop used as a substitute for sugar in many applications.




Sugar Drip Sorghum Grain Seeds

Sugar Drip Sorghum Grain Seeds

Sugar Drip Sorghum Seeds.  This old hard to find heirloom variety of Sorghum is most commonly used to produce Sorghum Molasses.  Sugar Drip Sorghum gets it's name from the sugary sweet juice that comes from it's stalks.  The stalks are boiled down to make Sorghum syrup and Sorghum molasses.  Sugar Drip Sorghum produces large seed heads that are used as a grain.  Approximately 100 days until harvest.  Packet contains approximately 50 seeds grown naturally...

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Mixed Colors Broom Corn Seeds Grain

Mixed Colors Broom Corn Seeds Grain

Mixed Colors Broom Corn Seeds. Heirloom Mixed Colors Broom Corn isn't really a corn at all but a type of sorghum that is used as a grain. The stems or branches of Heirloom Mixed Colors Broom Corn is also traditionally used in broommaking. Heirloom Broom Corn is also used in the floral industry giving a earthy pop of color to floral arrangements. Mixed Colors Broom Corn includes gold, red-bronze, brown, black, burgundy, white/cream and natural colored varieties. You can harvest Broom Corn...

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