Wild Tobacco

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It is commonly called Wild Tobacco, because the leaves resemble tobacco leaves. It is a tall, erect, much branched, somewhat hairy herb. It is a poisonous plant. The leaves are narrowly obovate-lanceolate. The flowers are large, white, and borne in terminal racemes. Flowers are two-lipped. The sepal are smooth or hairy, narrow.

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Wild Tobacco
Wild Tobacco