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This is a very splendid and handsome plant; very large, over eight feet high and five feet wide, with large leaves and bearing loose sprays of beautiful, red, funnel-shaped flowers. This half hardy annual is from the tabacum species in the Nicotiana genus. Don't place too much reliance on these names! They are really just names of convenience used by our supplier (and supplier's supplier) to identify the plant in question. But don't let that worry you! The strong smell of Nicotiana tabacum protects brassicas against the large cabbage white butterfly and prevents them from laying their eggs all over your brassica leaves.
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Germination; Sow indoors before last expected frost. Sow directly after last expected frost. Sow thinly into moist well-drained seed compost, cover with a fine layer of vermiculite. Propagate 18-22°C. Do not exclude light. Germination 10-14 days. Transplant seedlings once large enough to handle to 8cm pots. Acclimatise and plant out after danger of frost has passed with 40cm spacing. Can sow direct where the plant is to flower after last frosts. Surface sow and water lightly.
Growing; Easy to grow once planted out. Water regularly.
Cultivation; May require support/staking. Cut flowers regularly to encourage growth and to prolong flowering window. Deadhead if you do not want it to self-seed.