Another fine bright flue-cured tobacco variety, a heirloom variety dating back many decades.
We may call this one #2, but it’s by no means second best.
It averages 6′ in height with 18-20 leaves per plant below the crows foot. It reaches maturity when blooms appear at 55 days.
The light green leaves average 12″ wide by 24″ long and become a light yellow/green when ripe. Leaves began to ripen as the plant reaches bloom.
Air cures easily to a light golden brown with yields averaging 3 oz of dried leaf per plant.