Tobacco Set (9 seed packets): Azteca, Coyote, Huichol, Oneida, Tree, Scherazi, Smoking, Walker’s, West Indies
Family: Nightshade (Solanaceae)
Annual: 80 days to harvest
A most popular yet maligned herb. Tobacco is a heavy feeder, and likes a well-fertilized soil and a side-dressing of good compost or rotted manure. Sow seed in the spring or early summer in flats or directly on a fine seedbed. Press hard into surface of soil (light-dependent germinator). Do not allow to dry out or freeze. Germ in 10 to 14 days. Transplant or thin seedlings to 1 to 2 foot spacing.
Individual packets of Azteca, Night-blooming (Nicotiana alata), Coyote (Nicotiana attenuata), Huichol (Nicotiana langsdorfii), Oneida (N. rustica), Scherazi smoking tobacco (N. tabacum), Virginia Smoking (N. tabacum), Tree Tobacco (N. glauca), Walker’s (N. tabacum) and West Indies (Nicotiana tabacum)
9 full-sized seed packets, Open Pollinated, Untreated, NO GMO’s (Price shown is at a discount)