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  • Cameron Ruggles

    Nicotiana Sylvestris! Woodland tobacco - this has a much lower nicotine content then normal tobacco, produces large leaves and is very tall - it is most known for its very unique fragrant smell from the many flowers it produces. Seeds are tiny but easy to germinate and plant is easy to grow.

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  • Charenton Macerations

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