Tree Tobacco

 

Nicotiana glouca

 

Solanaceae

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Form: Shrub or tree-like
Seasonality: Perennial
Size: 25 feet tall, 10 feet wide

Leaves; Bluish green leaves to 6 inches long

Flowers: Odorless, small, tubular, yellow with greenish tinge flaring at the mouth into 5 pointed lobes, forming at the tips of the stems
Stems/Trunks: Multi stemmed and stems may be slightly sticky
Range/Origin: South America
Hardiness: Sunset Zones 7 24

Comments: Low litter, No thorns, Leaves can be deadly if eaten


CULTURAL REQUIREMENTS:

        Exposure: Full sun

        Water: Regular

        Soil: Average soils

        Propagation: Seed

         Maintenance; Minimal

 

 

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