Botanical Interests Seeds, Nicotiana, Langsdorff's Tobacco
Nicotiana langsdorffii. Annual Sun to Light Shade: Blooms midsummer to fall 3 feet-5 feet tall. Heirloom: Calling all elves. Tall stems are covered with apple green magical flowers shaped like bells. Sure to attract attention! Discovered in Brazil in the early 1800s, this relative of smoking tobacco and other garden nicotianas is exceptional. The large leaves create a low-grooming rosette that gives rise to the green bell-shaped flowers that droop from slender stems at all angles. Most intriguing is when you look inside the flowers and see the blue pollen. Very unusual in the plant world. Unlike many other nicotianas, the flowers do not have a scent. Great for floral arrangements. No GMOs: All our seeds are untreated. www.botanicalinterests.com. Peel back flaps - More info inside. We are dedicated to inspiring and educating the gardener in you. That's why we've put even more helpful information inside.