This is a blog about my experiences trying to grow flowers in my community garden.
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Flowering tobacco, Nicotiana alata, has such a beautifully scented flower that it is often called jasmine tobacco. Each flower produces a seedpod and each plant makes thousands of seeds. It will re-seed itself for next year in the same location, if the conditions favor it and the seedlings are not pulled up during the early spring weeding. I was hoping for a dark red plant, but this year I got light pink and green!
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