100 'Walker’s Broadleaf' Tobacco seeds, N. tabacum, USDA Organic, Ore
80 days. Annual. Heirloom smoking tobacco with densely placed, medium-sized leaves and pretty pink flowers. The leaves of Walker’s are more narrow than most broad-leaf smoking tobaccos. This variety is used for making cigars and cigarettes, with leaves that cure to a nice golden color.
In spring, press the seed into potting soil in and keep warm and moist until germination. Transplant to the garden after all frost is over and space plants two feet apart. Fertilize any tobacco plant with manure or compost. Full sun, moderate water.
Cure mature leaves in a shaded outhouse for two to four weeks.
100 seeds/pkt. Full sun, moderate water. Grown in Oregon. USDA Certified Organic.