Size: < 1 Gallon
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A common seasoning found in many kitchen pantries is basil. Basil is an herb that can be used to flavor salads, soups, sauces and meats. Basil has a robust flavor and appealing pungent fragrance. It especially complements tomato-based dishes and can be used to flavor butter. Basil can be used fresh or dried.Basil is an easy to grow herb, yet the plant is unable to withstand frost. It will grow both inside and outdoors, yet tends to do better outside. Basil thrives in the sunshine and should avoid cold drafts and frost. Bottom leaves that become yellow is an indication that the plant either needs less fertilizer or more sunlight.The common or sweet basil has tooth-edged green leaves and a tiny purplish-white blossom. Basil can be grown in the garden from seeds. The common or sweet basil grows to about 1 foot tall, while the basil shrub can grow to 8 feet in height. Basil is from the mint family, Labiatae. The basil bush is Ocimum basilicum. There is also a dwarf basil, which is Ocimum minimum and the shrub basil is Ocimum suave.
Comes in a 4 inch pot
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