Wildflowers forum: Seeking Nicotiana attenuata, coyote tobacco

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loki
Feb 16, 2016 9:21 AM CST
I am looking for seeds of Nicotiana attenuata, coyote tobacco. I've googled and looked up most of the sites I can think of - nothing out there. I want them from as near as possible to here (northern Utah) or a climate similar - hot dry summers, cold wet winters. It's an annual so the winters don't matter much except that they limit the time for growth. I am hoping to include it in a Native Plant Propagation Workshop.
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frostweed
Feb 16, 2016 12:16 PM CST

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Loki, have no idea where you might find it, but I want to welcome you to ATP and the Wildflowers forum. Smiling
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wildflowers
Feb 22, 2016 7:57 AM CST

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Welcome! Hi Loki and welcome to ATP. Sorry, no Coyote Tobacco here either.

I know there's lots to see here so I thought I would give you a link to the plant and seed trading forum. It might be helpful for you to post there also.

http://garden.org/forums/view/trading/

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