Have you ever heard of sorghum plants? At one time, sorghum was an important crop and served as a sugar substitute for many people. What is sorghum and what other interesting sorghum grass information can we dig up?
Colored Upright Sorghum Blend - Compact cone-shaped seed heads about 8 to 12 inches long are similar to Broom corn, but with less broom fiber. Colors are vibrant, earthy shades of red, brown, gold, black and tan. Becoming a favorite in the floral industry in fresh and dried arrangements. Corn-like plants grow 7 to 12 feet tall. Approximately 1400 seeds per ounce.