Nicotiana bear undivided leaves, often covered with sticky hairs, and clusters of flowers with narrow, tubular bases and flaring, flat-to cup-shaped faces from summer to frost. Many nicotianas have flowers that open only in late afternoon or early evening and are fragrant at night. Nicotiana loves a site with full sun or parital shade and rich, evenly moist, well-drained soil. Water during dry weather and deadhead to keep plants neat-looking and encourage new flowers to form. These flowers attract moths and hummingbirds.
- Common Name: Tobacco Plant
- Bloom: Early Summer | Summer | Late Summer | Early Fall
- Growth: 12-18 Inches
- Exposure: Full Sun | Partial Sun | Partial Shade
- Water: Average