That looks like a great variant. i bet it'll taste great.. lucky youView attachment 31449 View attachment 31449 View attachment 31450 View attachment 31451 I’m experiencing wide variance in how my basil is doing, even in some cases where the plants are right next to each other like in these two pictures. Any idea what might be causing some to thrive and others to flounder?
I actually used a lot of lternatives. its actually more efficient.. using the same colour paint.. even of they are not formal on the soze department. the colour seems to do the trick.i don't soak them that long, i just want to make sure the whole root and pot is wet all the way through.
While basil is a commonly grown herb outdoors, this easy-care plant can also be grown indoors. In fact, you can grow basil inside much the same as you would in the garden. This wonderfully fragrant herb can be grown for use in the kitchen, making aromatic oils, or simply for aesthetic purposes.That looks like a great variant. i bet it'll taste great.. lucky you
I always find it interesting what is easy or hard for one person and not another..... For me, zucchini as stink bugs get itI disagree about "easy to grow." The basil I have started from seed didn't do well until they got big enough that I didn't drown out their roots AND when I put them on a heat mat. If your house is really cool, like mine in the winter, basil will just sit there and die on you. This is 3rd time I have to tried to grow it from seed and the first success.