Growing basil is fun.
But it’s also a time-consuming and time-intensive process.
We’ve got the right tools to help you.
And we’ve got tips on how to make it all happen in the safest and most convenient way possible.
Here’s everything you need to know about growing basil outdoors, in pots, and indoors.1.
Grow basil outdoorsIf you’re looking for outdoor gardening tips, check out our guide on growing basil in pots.
Or check out some of our favorite online gardening resources.
For more basil growing tips, head to our growing basil article .2.
Get basil indoorsThis one is easy, and a snap.
Here’s how:Use a garden hose to clean the outside of your basil plants.
Then, put them in the pot that you plan to grow in.
Fill the pot with water and a little fertilizer.
You’ll see how much water the plants need to drink.
After a day or so, they should be ready to drink!
Fill the pot the same way you would for a normal, fresh basil plant, except this time, add a little extra water.
When the plants start to feel thirsty, add more water.
If your basil plant is in water too much, wait a day, or more, to adjust the water until the basil plants can handle the extra water and drink it back up.3.
Put basil plants in potsWhen you’re ready to put your basil in the pots, start with a medium-sized, clean, well-ventilated, well ventilated pot.
Fill it with water (or a little more if you’ve got more water).
It’s best to fill the pot just above the soil line.
When you’re done, place the basil plant in the water and wait to see if it grows.
If you do the right things, it will eventually grow in the proper pot, but it may take up to a year to fully bloom.
Once it’s fully grown, it’ll have all of its leaves, stems, and stems.
If it needs to be trimmed, it should be done with a small knife.
If it’s not growing in the right pot, you can try adding more water to see what happens.
After your basil grows, you’ll notice it’s slightly darker in color, and it may be easier to see.
The leaves should also be lighter, though it’s important to avoid overgrowing the basil and not watering it enough to encourage the growth of new leaves.