~100 'West Indies' or Havana Cigar Tobacco seeds, USDA Organic
This tobacco cures out to be a dark-leaved, aromatic cigar or chewing tobacco.
The plant produces large leaves and flowers pink to 5 feet. In the early spring, press the seed into the surface of good potting soil in a flat, and keep warm and moist until germination. Thin the seedlings, and prick up to 4 inch pots after they attain two sets of true leaves. Grow on that way until the danger of frost is passed, then transplant out to the garden. Give nitrogen-rich fertilizer, manure or compost and space plants 2 feet apart. sms