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By 1850, sorghum brooms had earned the grain a new name: broomcorn.
See the asymmetrical flush of broomcorn, rattan, and shuro bound in the Edo style by Japanese designer Masanori Oji, which features a handsome curved wooden handle for easy hanging on any prominent hook.
In addition, Botanical Interests carries broomcorn, a type of sorghum for which Broomfield is named.
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