Woodland tobacco (Nicotiana sylvestris), also called flowering tobacco, produces rosettes of broad, bright green leaves, then shoots up to 5 to 6 feet tall in summer. The stout stems are topped with nodding, trumpet-shaped, white flowers from midsummer to frost. The pale flowers are particularly fragrant in the evening, making this a perfect addition to a “moon garden.” Full sun to partial shade. Woodland tobacco is usually grown as an annual, but it may return from the roots in mild-winter areas.
Harvested in 2019. At least 50 seeds.