Nicotiana quadrivalvis Tobacco Seed

Indigenous peoples all along the West Coast cultivate Nicotiana quadrivalvis, commonly known as "Indian Tobacco." The plant forms arrow shaped leaves and elegant white trumpet-shaped flowers with a long blooming period. Has a rather shrubby or bush-like form and ultimately grows to about two feet tall. A must-have for any Nicotiana enthusiast, but it makes a striking addition to any garden.

75 days from transplant to flower. Annual.

Seeds are certified organic.

Size: Packet: 350 seeds (0.02 gram), OG

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Indigenous peoples all along the West Coast cultivate Nicotiana quadrivalvis, commonly known as "Indian Tobacco." The plant forms arrow shaped leaves and elegant white trumpet-shaped flowers with a long blooming period. Has a rather shrubby or bush-like form and ultimately grows to about two feet tall. A must-have for any Nicotiana enthusiast, but it makes a striking addition to any garden.

75 days from transplant to flower. Annual.
Seeds are certified organic.

Common Name:
Quadrivalvis Tobacco
Scientific Name:
Nicotiana quadrivalvis
Description:
A white flowered wild species cultivated by indigenous peoples of the Western United States.
Plant Lifespan:
Annual
Cold Hardiness:
Zone 9b (25 to 30)
Light Requirements:
Full Sun (min. 6 hours a day)
Seed In:
Mid-late Spring
Seeding Depth:
Surface
Days to Sprout:
7-14
Optimal Soil Temperature (F):
70-75
Plant Spacing:
18-36 in.
Average Days from Seed to Harvest:
90-100

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