105 days. Heirloom broom corn traditionally used for making brooms. Grows 8-10 ft. tall, producing long seedheads heavily laden with shiny black seeds.
This particular batch of seeds has also been locally grown right here in Bermuda.
Sorghum is a historical significant plant. Specifically in Bermuda, sorghum was brought by enslaved Africans from west Africa in the 17th century. It is important as it is drought and heat tolerant, and so is key to growing food security in a global climate crisis where rainfall patterns are increasingly unpredictable.