Greenwood tobacco plants
Greenwood tobacco plants

Greenwood, also called Little Wood, is an heirloom fire cured tobacco that has been used for chew, a cigar filler and wrapper, and as a blend for cigarettes.

It grows 5′ to 6′ tall with blooming occurring at 55-65 days.

It produces 16-18 harvestable leaves averaging 14″-16″ wide and 24″ long which ripen 2-3 weeks after booming begins.