Nicotiana L.

Fruit smooth Nicotiana
Erect herbs, not glaucous
All stamens inserted in the lower half of the corolla tube. Cauline leaves sessile, ± stem-clasping, auriculate, narrow-elliptic to linear, up to 20 cm long. Stem viscid in the upper part with ellipsoid-headed hairs. Hawkesbury River district. Fl. summer Nicotiana forsteri
Four stamens inserted near the mouth of the corolla tube; one stamen usually inserted in the lower half of the corolla tube, its anther always 4–5 mm below the other anthers. Cauline leaves mostly petiolate, ovate to elliptic, up to 15 cm long. Stems not viscid, usually only slightly pubescent. Widespread. Sheltered situations; creek banks. Fl. spring–summer. Native Tobacco Nicotiana suaveolens