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Do you want to grow your own tobacco ?

We have a collection of over 60 of the world's finest varieties of tobacco seeds for you to grow at home.

Growing your own tobacco isn't against the law, no matter which country you live. And let's be honest, the price of tobacco is never going to go down, is it?

We have an impressive collection, carefully chosen with the smoker in mind. And with free, easy to follow, step by step instructions, all you need to do is provide the garden!

Here are some of our most popular varieties. You can see our complete list on our seed menu.

Burley Original

 Photo showing Burley Original growing

The original and popular commercial strain of burley tobacco makes a great addition to any garden.

It is used for its hardiness and smooth, rich flavor. Good for cigarette making. This variety grows fast and is a high yielding plant.


 Photo showing Maryland growing

A medium flavored Maryland type tobacco that grows to 6 feet in height and produces very large leaves to 36" long and 18" wide. It air cures to a light reddish brown color. Maryland tobacco is commonly used as a blender. Matures in 55-60 days.

Cherry Red

 Photo showing Cherry Red growing

Bright leaf variety growing to 7 feet in height. One of the heaviest producing bright leafs we have grown. Averaging 26 leaves to crows foot, not including bed leaves. Leaves grow to 24 inches in length and 15 wide. Moderate suckering. Matures in about 75 days after transplant. Leaves air cure to a light yellow / gold color.

Pennsylvania Red

 Photo showing Pennsylvania Red growing

Pennsylvania Red is a rich full flavored tobacco and a long time favorite of cigar makers as a filler or binder. It grows to 5 feet in height and has very large long deep colored leaves reaching 3' in length. A very good producer that matures in 65-70 days. The leaves cure to a deep reddish brown.


 Photo showing Costello growing

Costello is a bright leaf variety imported by the USDA from Columbia in 1967. It grows to a height of 5-6 feet with closely spaced leaves. Plant form is an inverted cone. Matures in 60-65 days. Ripens evenly and is easy to cure whether primed or hung whole. Has a high nicotine content at 24mg/g of dried leaf. Mild flavored.

Virginian Gold #1

 Photo showing Virginian Gold #1 growing

The finest and one of our most popular strains of cigarette and pipe tobacco.

This variety is known to most cigarette smokers and is a fine and elegant plant. A must for cigarette making.

This plant grows fast and is high yielding plant. Leaves turn a bright yellow/red as they mature.

Mild tasting with very large, broad leaves.

Turkish Basma

 Photo showing Turkish Basma growing

This is one of our newer varieties. One of the best Turkish tobacco seeds you can buy. These seeds are particularly apt at growing in dry conditions or just about anywhere.

They are short in height and the leaves are smaller than usual.

Their taste is mild, sweet and aromatic. They are used especially to give fragrance and sweetness to blended tobaccos. Nicotine content is said to be about 1%

Lizard Tail Orinoco

 Photo showing Lizard Tail Orinoco growing

A Virginia Bright Leaf variety that is a good choice for a fuller flavored cigarette or pipe blend, or cigar filler. It matures early at 55 days. The dark green leaves are thick and closely spaced on the stalk. They lighten in color as they ripen with yellowing at the edges and cure to a rich brown.

Silk Leaf

 Photo showing Silk Leaf growing

Silk Leaf is an old heirloom Virginian variety which has regained popularity among growers in recent years. It grows to 6 feet in height and is a good producer of leaves averaging 20" inches long by 12" wide.. Matures in 65-70 days.

Stag Horn

 Photo showing Stag Horn growing

Stag Horn is a hardy dark Virginian that grows fast, with long, thick, narrow leaves. The leaves turn under at the tips giving it a horn like shape. It has a rich, full flavor and is good for cigarettes, pipes and cigars. Stag Horn grows up to 6 feet in height and matures in about 65 days. The leaves air cure to a deep reddish brown.