Tobacco Set (10 seed packets): Azteca, Huichol, Hopi, Oneida, Rapa-nui, 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), Hopi (Nicotiana rustica), Huichol (Nicotiana langsdorfii), Oneida (N. rustica), Rapa-nui (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)
Can all of the tobacco types in this set be smoked?
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Richo Cech –
hello shay, azteca, tree and huichol not as commonly smoked as the Nicotiana tabacum types. r