It’s a striking ornamental grass as well as a nutritious grain for people, chickens or any birds. Flower stalks emerge brilliant lime green and ripen to gold in time for finches and sparrows to load up before fall migration. Seed heads are a popular treat for caged birds too. And in the garden they add the element of movement, swaying gracefully in the slightest breeze.
Culture: Direct sow late spring in full sun—in blocks 2-4 inches apart the plants will hold each other up. Millet likes good soil and regular water.
Approx. 150 seeds per packet
Latin name: Setaria italica
Grown in Potter Valley, Mendocino County, California
Certified Organic by CCOF
Sep 26, 2021
Jan 19, 2021
Looking forward to happy chickens!
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