30 BLUE TOBACCO seeds (Nicotiana glauca)
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Nicotiana glauca or Blue Tobacco is a variety of tree tobacco from the family Solanaceae.
This tobacco has yellow flowers and atypical wood bluish color.
It is native to northern Argentina, very resistant to drought, and grows up to 3700 m altitude in its country of origin.
The seeds of blue tobacco are very small, they same that of plantain or foxglove.
Nicotiana glauca is used by the Quechuan tribe during ethnic ceremonies such as tobacco.
In Argentina, the people of Pilagà use fresh leaves of blue tobacco to relieve headaches.
Sowing seeds of Nicotiana glauca:
Sow your blue tobacco seeds in a box of fine potting soil and cover them with 1 to 2 mm of substrate.
Water with a sprayer.
Finally, place the seed box in a place at a temperature of 20 to 25 ° C.
The seeds of Nicotiana glauca usually take 2 to 3 weeks to germinate.
- Ethnobotanical plant.
- Shrub to plant in a place full sun.
- Beautiful yellow flowers in autumn, very original blue foliage.
Do not consume without medical advice
Ethnobotanical and shamanic plant to be cultivated for the collection or as an ornamental plant.
Also exists as a live plant for growing.
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