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NICOTIANA - ONLY THE LONELY

Nicotiana sylvestris

The tallest, largest flowering nicotiana. Give it lots of room in the back of beds. By mid-summer, stalks as thick as your finger shoot up 4 to 4 1/2 feet with enormous clusters of pendulous white blooms. These 4 inch trumpets bloom all summer, and their evening fragrance is very intoxicating. G7-10 100 seeds ?

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BS
06/15/2019
Byron S.
United States United States
I recommend this product

good seed and service

Good price for good seeds. Shipping took a few days longer than other companies.

SO
05/30/2019
Sylvia O.
United States
I recommend this product

Seed order 2019

Slower growing than i had hoped. But it is ridiculously attractive to bees, hummers and people when it blooms. Try this in moonlight gardens.

BA
02/04/2019
Beverly A Duffield
I recommend this product

Wonderful Plant!

Here in northern Utah in Zone 6b I can direct sow or early start this nicotiana. Be aware that when it's happy, and it is easy to please, it's quite big, about 16 inches across and about 5 feet tall. If seeds are allowed to fall and the ground left undisturbed they well reseed in a pleasant manner, not invasively. It likes a lighter soil to get started and blooms until frost.

JS
07/13/2018
john s.
United States

Crying in my beer

I sowed it outside and had zero germination. Next year I plan to try starting it inside.

RF
02/07/2018
Ruth F.
United States

Tobacco Plant

have planted this for a few years now and never fails to delight in bold splashes of waving white tubular & fragrant flowers; flowering ’til frost.