A growing season of basil can last from a few weeks to a few months depending on your location.
If you grow basil outdoors, the flowering period lasts from about a month to about two years.
Basil can flower twice a year, so you’ll have to keep it well watered.
To keep your basil plants from being overwatered, you can put them in a watertight container and add an occasional watering.
You can also keep basil plants in containers that are kept covered with a mesh screen.
The water needs to be filtered out, which will help prevent the water from running off into the soil.
If a lot of water is used for your basil, it may not germinate as quickly as it would in a greenhouse.
The plant can take on a purple or white color.
Basil grows best in low light conditions, so keep it in a room that has plenty of ventilation and don’t let it get too hot.
Basil plants are very easy to care for.
Just be sure to check the soil around the basil plants.
The soil is a good source of nutrients.
Basil is also a good option for composting.
You don’t need to add any fertilizer to composting, but you should add about 5 to 10 pounds of compost per cubic yard to keep your soil from becoming very dry.
Basil composts well, but if you want to make sure it does, you’ll want to use a mix of compost and compost with lime.
If basil is to be used as a vegetable or for salads, you should use a mixture of basil and lime.
Basil should not be eaten raw, but rather cut into small pieces and placed in salads, stir-fried, or used as an ingredient in soups.
Basil does not need to be stored in a tightly closed container.
Basil keeps its flavor well, so if you store basil in a sealed container, it will last longer.
You may want to store basil seeds in a plastic bag to keep them from drying out.