100 Seeds w/Instructions
This heirloom variety comes from the Central Texas area. 'Black Amber Molasses' sorghum, also known as black broom-corn, has been historically used for silage and as flour, cereal grain, sweetener and for making molasses during an all-night boil where the juice is pressed from the stalks and reduced down in a large pot over a fire until it becomes a rich dark syrup and is often used as a gluten free alternative in bread or beer. It is very attractive and a great sorghum for ornamental crafts and centerpieces. Grain sorghum is a grass derivative similar to corn.