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This herb plant will provide great flavor to all of your pesto sauces or to any salad. Very aromatic foliage on plants; can be easily grown in windowsill containers, sunny indoor spots or outside in your herb garden.
Similar to sweet basil, but not as strong
The sweet taste and large leaves make it ideal for sandwiches and sauces
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Start indoors near a sunny window 6 weeks before transplanting to the garden. Or, sow in the garden in full sun when frost danger is over and ground is warm. Thin or transplant plants to 10 inches apart when they are 2 inches tall.
Makes an attractive border plant. Delicious in green salads, tomato and cheese dishes and omeletes.
The leaves of this herb are attractive and contain a spicy flavor that makes green salads, tomato & cheese dishes, soups, and omelettes even more delicious!
The entire plant has a very pleasing aroma and it makes a great companion for growing tomato plants.
Sow Easy seeds are pelleted with an all-natural coating made from a mix of clay, perlite, and FDA-approved food coloring. This coating adds some bulk to small seeds and stands out in the soil, making direct sowing and accurate spacing easier than ever. However, the coating does add a few days to the germination time when compared to uncoated seed.
Perfect for your morning omelette or any salads or soups you have during the day.
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200 Pelleted Seeds
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Start indoors near a sunny window 6 weeks before transplanting to the garden. Or, sow in the garden in full sun when frost danger is over and ground is warm. Performs best in rows 2 feet apart. Thin or transplant plants to 10 inches apart when they are 2 inches tall.
Remove flower buds to encourage leaf growth. Begin harvesting all but 2 or 3 leaves at the base of each branch before flowers bloom. Preserve leaves by drying or freezing.