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.