Growing a garden is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding things I’ve ever done.
It has changed my life in ways that I never could have imagined.
In the months leading up to my first attempt at growing basil, I’d been thinking of planting some plants to take advantage of the plant’s beautiful blooms.
I figured I could plant some of the basil plants I already had around the house and have the rest of my growing space to myself.
I was wrong.
I was wrong to expect that basil plants would thrive in a small space.
I would have loved to plant basil in my backyard, but I knew I would have had to grow a lot of them in order to get them to bloom.
I had no idea that basil had the ability to thrive in such a small place.
It’s a very unusual plant and it’s difficult to tell what type of plants are the ones that thrive in small spaces, especially if they’re not the ones I normally plant.
The first time I planted basil in this small garden, I couldn’t believe how quickly it sprouted.
My plan was to plant as many basil plants as I could, but the basil grew so fast that I had to stop growing the plants I was growing.
It was too much of a pain in the ass.
It took me a while to realize that the basil I was using was not the kind of basil that could survive in a tiny space.
The basil I had grown in the garden was much smaller than what I’d planted.
The next time I tried to plant a basil plant in the small garden that I could grow, I quickly discovered that the plants were much more difficult to grow in this little space.
I didn’t know how to get rid of the plants because I was too busy planning the next steps in my plan.
I’m glad I did the research.
I am still learning about basil growing in small gardens, and I’m still growing it.
I love the fact that basil grows outdoors in the summer and winter, so I can see it growing on trees and on the ground.
In winter, basil plants are often dormant and they need a place to sit for the winter months.
This little garden was perfect for me.
I can’t wait to start planting basil next time!