Basil Seed Balls (Thai)
Thai Basil has a slightly spicy flavor, like anise, compared to the Itallian varieties. Its flavors also holds up better to the high temperatures associated with Thai cooking well. Our Basil seed-balls should sprout in 8-14 days and while it may be slow to grow at first but will take off once it has the first few sets of leaves. Harvest by picking a few leaves for your salad or recipe, or by cutting the stems above the bottom 4 sets of leaves. To encourage growth pinch off flowers as they develop.
Like all our veggies, these are non-GMO.
- Pick a spot that gets good sun.
- Plant after the risk of frost, but before the end of May.
- Sow basil seed balls 12 inches apart.
- Water when the soil gets dry.
- Harvest basil leaves as you need and allow to grow for additional harvests. When basil comes into flower, remove blossoms, or harvest at once for stir fry or to dry.
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