The Connecticut Valley is a major source of some of the world's finest wrapper leaves. This golden colored wrapper tobacco is highly regarded and praised by many cigar makers and connoisseurs. Connecticut Shade originated from a strain of Cuban seed, is shade-grown under huge tents of cheesecloth or greenhouse shade netting to protect the delicate leaf.
Our Current Tobacco Seed Collection has over 20 of the most popular varieties we could find. We have access to other seeds, and will continue to expand this section over time, but this is a great start! Grow all of your favorites! Cigarette tobacco seeds, cigar tobacco seeds, fronto tobacco seeds, and more!
Please Note: By trade, we are tobacco procurers. Although we work closely with farmers, we do not actually grow the tobacco we sell on our website. For questions about how to grow, cure, or ferment tobacco, we will share as much knowledge as possible, but our hands-on experience is limited. 25 - 50 seeds per pack. All of our tobacco seeds are open pollinated.
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To learn more about Leaf Only, visit the About Us page. If there is a particular tobacco leaf that you do not see on our website, please Contact Us. There is a good chance we can find the leaf you are looking for!
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Date: Apr, 12, 2018
They started nicely after 8 days i have a bunch coming up. shout out to leaf only for helping me when i messed up my first batch of these seeds well after 2 weeks and the seeds did not pop because of it being to cool and wet where i planted them they pooped out and i ended up messing up 6 different seed types in the end all in all and when i asked leaf only for help about it they offered me my entire order that i bought to be resent for FREE. Well oh man that helped me out so much i started them as soon as they came and was more careful this time and kept them warmer and now at 10 days i have them popping up all over. thanks guys for helping me out