6 responses to “Nicotiana glauca”

  1. Eric Simpson

    I grew up on the coast in northern San Diego County, and this plant is part of my childhood. I was taught that it was highly toxic, and that it was native to the area. Eventually learned it was really just one of many non-native, but naturalized, plants in the region.
    By the way, I’ve stopped at Simpson Park (no relation), near Hemet, while heading up to the San Jacinto wilderness are (I highly recommend the hike to the peak via the Devil’s Slide trail).

  2. Beverley

    Nicotiana glauca – Z10-11 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk

  3. Roberta

    I HATE this weed! They are UGLY. You people are like fashion photographers– you make ugly things look beautiful.

  4. Daniel Mosquin

    Things can be both beautiful and ugly at the same time.

  5. Ann

    I have this plant bought from Tom hart Dykes Work garden in Kent Englan, now growing well and flowering in my garden in Trevone in Cornwall England.
    I am hoping to propagate from seed this year.
    it has been admired by many, and has survived the salty winds and mild winters here.

  6. Kevin Hunter

    Half these sites say tree tobacco is toxic and the rest sell it to be smoked.
    If it was bad for us it would be illegal right??
    haha yeah right

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