NAME: Tree Tobacco
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Nicotiana Glauca
COLOR: Yellow Flowers
PLANT SEEDS: At 70 - 75F
BLOOM TIME: Flowers Aug - Oct
HARVEST: Leaves Beginning in Jan / Seeds Sept - Oct
HARDINESS ZONE: 10 - 11 / Annual
PLANT HEIGHT: 8 - 10'
PLANT SPACING: 6 - 8'
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average
QUANTITY: 250 Seeds
OTHER: Tree Tobacco is native to South America but has been introduced many other places. The plants have traditional medicinal & herbal uses dating back to the Native Americans. The plants have large evergreen silvery-blue leaves with elongated yellow trumpet shaped flowers. Bees & butterflies will visit, & birds will swing by later in the season to eat the seeds. Tree Tobacco plants need sun to excel, & prefer moist soil but will grow in type of soil from sand to clay. Although Tree Tobacco is a tender perennial, they can grow up to 10' a year, so can easily be grown as an annual in cooler climates. They can also be trimmed to be kept smaller if you wish.
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Aug 21, 2020
Received quickly and in good condition! Can't wait to grow my new seeds into plants!
Jan 12, 2020