Organic Southern tobacco Seed Sampler- 20 Count Each 5 Types

Organic Southern tobacco Seed Sampler- 20 Count Each 5 Types

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Heirloom tobacco Seeds - Southern US Sampler - 20 Count Each 5 Types
Nicotiana tabacum
Southern U.S. tobacco Sampler - 20 Seeds of each variety, and there are 5 different varieties!

Other Names: N/A - Not available at this time, data will be included when available.
Short Description: 5 Different southern USA tobaccos for your garden. With each order you get enough to start 25 of each plant.
Details: With this combined kit, you will be set for the next 10 years. Each package comes with enough seed to establish Twenty (20) plants of each variety. Order more packs to offer to friend for holidays, birthday, or just to show how much you like them.
You will get the following types of tobacco seed:
Narrow Leaf Madole
Old Stage Horn
Barnett Special
Brown Leaf
Tennessee Red Leaf
Diameter: Up to 4 feet
Height: 5 to 7 feet
Spacing: 18 to 24 inches
Texture: Medium
Form: Inverted vase
USDA Zones: 4a to 11
Sun: Full sun to partial shade
Water: Average water needs- water regularly, do not over water.
Flower Color: Varies from white/near white to reddish, purpleish, green, yellow, orange; varies through cultivars.
Flower Period: Mid to late summer into early fall
Flowers: Thin trumpet-like multi-petaled inverted flowers; profuse at ends of stalks.
Foliage: Thick herbaceous leaves, very broad, tapering to a rounded point.
Foliage Color: Green
Fruit: Seed capsule, 1 inch in length
Fruit Color: Green maturing to a light brown
Fruit Cones: Numerous seeds contained within a seed pod
Germination: From seed; sow indoors before last frost or from seed; direct sow after last frost.
Growth Habit: Cultivated plant, normally grown for crop or garden use
Ecological Value: Grown for display of flowers, human consumption, and organic gardening uses (pesticide, fungicide).
Native range: Americas
Home Uses: Grown as a crop to be consumed by smoking, chewing, or rolling.
Origin notes: Private grower
Soil pH: 6.1 to 7.8
Soil Type: Loamy, readily draining, loose soil
Maintenance: Low- as with any other garden plant.
Pests: Rust, blight

Materials: Southern Sampler Tobacco Seeds