One of the most common tobacco species cultivated world wide.
Havana was originally produced in Havana/Cuba, from where it received its name.
This type of tobacco grows well in high sunshine and high heat areas, however great growth can also be achieved in greenhouse and internal conditions (tobacco will grow slower in the later).
Use and Flavor:
Commonly used as cigar binder, but it also makes a great cigarette smoking tobacco. It is also used as chew tobacco.
Havana has an intense flavor.
Mostly medium to full bodied.
The stronger (Ligero) leaves carry earthy notes, salty with a slight hint of pepper.
This species grows to 4.00 ft, the leaves it produces are large and cure to a beautiful brown color.
It is a high yield plants.
Havana grows quickly in good soil and climatic conditions.
It produces white, bell-like flowers, with a pinkish hue at the petals.
The plant reaches maturity quick (50-60 days to first harvest).
The seeds listed herein are from our own private plantation. The photos include photos of our own plants as well as plants sent to us by our clients/friends from the seeds that we have provided.