Specializing in rare and endangered heirloom vegetable, flower, herb & ancient grain seed.
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Mennonite Sorghum Seeds. An exciting heirloom Sorghum that was originally grown in Jamesport, Missouri by a Mennonite gentleman. This old fashioned cane sorghum is perfect for making a light colored syrup for pancakes! The nutritious seed can be used to make flour or for popping! I was pleasantly surprised at how well this Sorghum did for me in Manitoba this year! I direct seeded it as a trial variety and before I knew it was 9’ tall and thriving in the heat of the summer. The attractive tall plants (7-9’) look similar to corn and make wonderful windbreak rows and are then topped by reddish brown plumes of seed which the birds love.
Mennonite Sorghum Seeds have 100 seeds per packet.