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Red Broom Corn
Red Broom Corn Heads
Red Broom Corn
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Red Broom Corn
(Sorghum bicolor)

100 to 110 days — Our "Red Broom Corn" seed is a mixture of many red-shaded varieties including 'Hungarian Red', 'Apache Red', 'Iowa Red', 'Tennessee Red', and many of the 'Hadley Reds'.

The red seed heads are very attractive and can be used for broom making or in decorations such as wreaths, swags, bird feeders, dried arrangements, and even added to fresh flower arrangements. The entire seed head can be utilized or small portions can be cut and grouped together and used as “fillers” in centerpieces.  The red seed heads are especially pretty in Christmas florals.

Although commonly called "Broom Corn", Sorghum bicolor is not truly corn. The stalks are similar to corn but they do not produce ears. Seed heads appear from the tops of the plants instead of a tassel. Each packet contains 0.25 ounce, which is approximately 280 to 300 seeds.
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