There are more than 150 tobacco flowers growing in the wild in Canada, according to researchers.
According to a new study, they’re the second-most abundant plant species in the country after the cottony wildflower.
The plant is native to the northern parts of Europe, where it’s known as the tobacco flower, and is widely cultivated in Asia.
Tobacco flowers are often used in tobacco blends, but they’re also popular for decorative purposes.
“There are more flowers than any other plant species, with a variety of colors and shapes, including flowers with different sizes,” said lead researcher, Peter Fenton from the University of Toronto.
They’re not the most expensive flowers, but there are a lot of different kinds to choose from.
Fenton says the plant’s range is “really wide,” with some plants even found in a wide variety of habitats.
He says they’re commonly used for decorative, ornamental or ornamental-type purposes.
Fenton said the tobacco flowers were only discovered in Canada in the late 1970s.
This plant has been growing in Canada for more than 100 years, and scientists have found more than 500 species, including about 100 in the United States, according the study.
There are currently about 20,000 plants growing in North America, according Fenton.
While the majority of plants are small and are typically used for household decoration, the tobacco plant can grow as tall as 20 metres (65 feet) and grow up to 100 metres (330 feet) tall, he said.
The study found that there were about 1,000 varieties of tobacco flowers, each with their own distinctive flowers.
“You can actually use a flower as a decoration, as a container or a container for a pet or a small animal, and they will provide different characteristics,” said Fenton, who is also a member of the Canadian Plant Society.
“They have a distinctive shape, which is quite unique.
They can even grow up into the sky.
And they have a very long life cycle, which means they’ll probably survive in the environment longer than most other plants.”
Fenton’s team was able to collect data on the plants’ health and longevity, which helped them figure out how to identify which species are most susceptible to diseases.
In the study, the team collected tobacco flowers from the wild.
They then sequenced their genome to determine which genes were responsible for the traits they were looking for.
“There’s a lot more variation in tobacco flowers than you might expect,” Fenton said.
It’s important to note that tobacco flowers are not a weed.
So far, there is no evidence that tobacco plants are harmful to people, but Fenton thinks that may change.
“If we start to have tobacco plants in our environment, we’ll start to see a lot less of the weeds that are killing off some of these flowers,” he said.
“They’re very adaptable and they’re not very hardy.”
Fentons team is planning to study the plants more closely in the future.
He says they need to figure out more about the characteristics that make tobacco flowers so unique.
“We’re really interested in finding out if there’s any differences in the life cycle and the lifespan of these plants,” he added.