20" black hurl is pictured. It can be ordered boxed online or ordered in bales by phone.
Sean Dunn of The Knotty Broom reviews:
I was impressed with the color, it is very even throughout with little to no variation. The dye seems very colorfast as well even after the broomcorn has been soaking. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to add a little variation to their brooms or brushes.
Broomcorn is grown, processed, and dyed in the northern and central parts of Mexico. Broomcorn should be stored in a dry, cool place out of direct sunlight.