Dried Red Broom Corn for sale
Broom Corn stocks and the leaves of the plant look like
regular corn, however broom corn is not corn, but is sorghum. The
stocks are woody with a dry pith. The
fibers of broom corn are branched toward the tip, and the flowers and seeds are
borne at the tips of the small branches. The seeds of the broomcorn are ‘boat shaped’ and enclosed in the
colorful glumes that make them so fantastic for decorating.
Broomcorn is a perfect home and office décor choice. The
plant is picked at the peak of perfection, and naturally dried to last for
years in any arrangement. Whether on its
own or mixed with bayou grass or ornamental wild grass, or added to a variety
of dried flowers, Broomcorn will add texture, color and interest.
Broomcorn is an interesting and colorful addition to cornucopias, wreaths and garlands. Broomcorn is beautiful when tucked in the
branches of a Christmas tree, with the seed heads colorful and dangling through
the evergreen boughs. Broomcorn looks
gorgeous in a vase, and lovely in a bouquet. Bringing broomcorn into your home or office is bringing color, vibrance,
nature and history into your home or office!
Broom Corn has natural coarse seed head. It is perfect to add volume to your floral projects.Product:
Red Broom Corn
Long lasting (Looks beautiful for years)
All natural farm grown broom corn
Cleaned and naturally dried
Easy use for floral arrangements and centerpieces
5-6 oz. dried broom corn bundleColor:
about 18 inches
24 Broom Corn bundles per case sold at Bulk Price
Also know as: Black Sorghum, Red Sorghum
Rates 4.82 of 5
11 Customer Reviews for Dried Broom Corn - Decorative Red
The red broomcorn heads were in great shape and with good color. I have previously grown this product and it is not easy to get great results like this.
Date Added: 12/23/2012 by
This will be perfect for a fall arrangement and I also plan to add pieces of it to the Christmas tree by tucking them between the branches. I was pleased with your service and happy to find your website because you carry such a variety of natural products that are perfect for decorating. Thank you. o/
Date Added: 10/14/2012 by
The color and quality of this broom corn was great.Very "fresh" looking. Delivery service was prompt,and my items were packaged well. Very happy with all my purchases so far.
Date Added: 08/30/2012 by
Great Fall color and are not brittle and don't crumble when handled. Great filler. Great service and my items shipped promptly. Website is easy to navigate.
Date Added: 05/06/2012 by
Everything arrived in good condition.I will order again in the future. Everything was very well packed and arrived in one piece. I am very satisfied with my purchases and will order again in the future.
Date Added: 09/12/2011 by
love these! beautiful fall color. Look very pretty in any fall decorations, doesn't fall apart Thank you guys so much! I love every product I have gotten from this place. When UPS lost my original package, customer service helped me get another one quickly although it was not their fault. Definitely using again--already have, actually! Expecting a second delivery any day :)
Date Added: 10/08/2012 by
Thank you I love these and will be ordering more soon.
Date Added: 12/09/2011 by
Love this product. Color is more of a burnt orange than red. using it in my Fall items. Fast turn around. Items shipped the same day as order. Could you check into carrying Milo Berries. They come in different colors. Thanks.
Date Added: 06/21/2012 by
The broom was fine, however I did end up splitting the tops into sections and taping them to sticks so I could put the pieces in separate places in the arrangement. I sprayed them with clear preservative. I would definitely use this company again. Great website and easy to order!
Date Added: 10/30/2011 by
Date Added: 11/20/2013 by
These were slightly top heavy which made it more challenging to put in a bouquet without falling to one side. I was very pleased with my purchase and feel that you did a wonderful job packing and shipping considering how delicate the flowers are.
Date Added: 10/08/2012 by