Growing basil outdoors is a great way to enjoy sun and warmth and also keep pests at bay.
For starters, you don’t have to spend money to grow your own basil, which is an inexpensive, locally-grown plant that’s easy to harvest and harvest well.
You can also grow your basil outdoors.
And, if you prefer, basil seeds can be purchased from garden centers or online.
Here’s how to grow, store and store basil in the pantry.
How to grow Basil outdoors How to store basil outdoors Basil is a perennial plant, so it takes up space in your yard, compost pile or garden center compost bin.
To keep basil in its proper position, make sure to keep basil at least 1 inch (2.8 centimeters) away from your home’s heating or cooling system and away from the stove or other heat source.
You may want to keep your basil in a cool spot that’s between 80 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 to 46 Celsius) with a ceiling that’s at least 8 inches (20 centimeters) above the ground.
To preserve the fresh basil flavor, place the basil in plastic wrap and store it in the fridge.
If you want to store your basil, you can store it under a glass container and keep it in a dark, cool area away from light and heat sources.
How long does basil last?
Basil will keep for about six months in a warm, dry place with humidity between 50 and 60 percent.
But if you plan to store it, you’ll need to store the basil at a temperature of 70 to 75 degrees F (21 to 25 degrees C) for several weeks, or more, before it can get too bitter or moldy.
So, don’t plan to use basil as a condiment or topping until after it has finished growing and it’s ready for use.
You should store basil at room temperature and keep your plants outside in the shade for at least six months, as long as you don.
If the basil becomes moldy or mold-like, you should water the basil thoroughly.
Basil will be very easy to spot if it begins to smell or tastes rotten, but it will probably not be able to thrive in a home without air circulation.
How do I grow basil in my kitchen?
You can grow basil outdoors in a variety of ways, including growing it in containers in your garden center or in your backyard.
If your garden centers have indoor basil growing kits, you will also be able grow basil indoors.
Growing basil indoors means you won’t have an indoor greenhouse, which means it will have to be in a sunny location.
Here are some tips for growing basil indoors: Keep your basil cool.
Keep basil outdoors for two to six months and don’t allow it to get too cold.
When growing basil outdoors, plant in containers that are about 4 feet (1 meter) high, 3 feet (0.8 meters) wide and 4 feet wide at the base.
Keep containers about 6 inches (15 centimeters) apart.
If containers are too big, you may have to cut the stems and leaves to fit.
If plants are not growing well, water them at least twice a day to keep them from drying out.
Place basil outdoors so it’s not too cold or too dry.
If there is mold growing on the basil, remove the mold and keep the basil indoors for at most a month.
Keep your plants outdoors during the coldest part of the day when they’re getting a good amount of light.