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Although Nicotiana is native to warm subtropical regions it can easily survive in cooler temperate parts of the world. So, cultivating your own Nicotiana rustica is not that hard. If you collect the seeds from your plant and re-sow them, you can develop a variety more suited to your local climate, within a few years.
It is the best to sow in spring (around March). Let the seeds germinate in a small pot in some soil covered with a bag. Nicotiana seedlings should be transplanted when very small, within a week after germination. If you transplante later, the taproot could become damaged, this will result in very poor and sluggish growth for the life span of the plant.
Replace the young plants to a bigger pot. For best results, they require lots of fertilizer and lots of space for their roots, but they can also successfully grow in 20 cm pots (or bigger). After that place them in a sunny and warm spot. The plant will flower in summer and can be harvested in early autumn.
They can be sown in seed trays or if it is warm enough, directly into soil.
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