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105 " 119 days. Ornamental Broom corn seeds grow tall 48 " 72" multicolored seeded grass stalks that have been used throughout the world to produce countless goods including food, crafts, spirits, and brooms. Broom corn seeds are an ideal grow amongst sunflowers because they also produce an edible seeded kernel favorited by many birds. Multicolored broom corn is traditionally grown outdoors as a simple and unique highlight along a property or sown wildly in any open space. Ornamental broom corn seeds are a wonderful addition for long-lasting seasonal ground cover up until the frost.
Multicolored Broom corns seeds are a sun-hardy grow and most commonly sown directly outside just after the frost with little reason to ever begin seeds inside. Seeds will take 7 " 21 days to germinate with full lighting. Plants grow too tall and densely seeded that they are not traditionally grown indoors. Plant 3 " 4 Broom corn grass seeds 1" deep in average, medium moist, and well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Broom corn seeds thrive in a variety of soils but will suffer in either extreme, over-saturation and dehydration. Plants are known to suffer from root rot, rust, and mildew if not properly drained or ventilated. Sorghum bicolor is not susceptible to any pests or diseases. Multicolored Broom grass seeds mature in 105 " 119 days as 48 " 72" tall grassy uprights with a 24 " 36" spread of dense ornamental grass and 6 " 8" seeded plumes.
Sorghum bicolor, or otherwise known as Broom Corn or sorghum, is a species of grass native to Africa that has been farmed by people for hundreds of years for its edible grain. The sorghum grain is used to produce countless varieties of human food, animal feed, alcoholic spirits, and is a compound in ethanol production. Although Broom Corn grass is not actually related to corn, it earns its name because it has traditionally been used by Asian and Africa cultures to make household brooms.
48 " 72" tall grassy upright with a 24 " 36" spread of dense ornamental grass and 6 " 8" seeded plumes
Average, medium moist, well-drained
Full sun " Partial shade
Sow Indoors or Outdoors:
Multicolored broom corns seeds are a sun-hardy grow and most commonly sown directly outside just after the frost with little reason to ever begin seeds inside. Seeds will take 7 " 21 days to germinate with full lighting. Plants grow too tall and densely seeded that they are not traditionally grown indoors.
Broom corn seeds thrive in a variety of soils with a high tolerance, but will suffer in either extreme, over-saturation and dehydration. Plants are known to suffer from root rot, rust, and mildew if not properly drained or ventilated. Sorghum bicolor is not susceptible to any pests or diseases.
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