Growing plants indoors in the garden is not a bad idea if you live in an area where the humidity and temperature are ideal for growing plants.
But for some people, growing basil outdoors is not as safe.
So, if you’re in a garden or growing in your backyard, what do you do when a growing basil plant is on your patio or balcony?
If it’s indoors, there are two possible things to consider: 1) Avoid getting a few plants in the air.
2) Remove all plants.
The most common answer is to just get rid of them.
But it doesn’t work.
Growing basil indoors is a bit different.
Some people have a hard time controlling the plants, and it can take a long time for the plant to mature.
The reason for this is the lack of sunlight.
If you grow basil indoors in an air conditioner, it can get too hot, and then the plants can’t survive in the indoor environment.
So the best thing to do is to remove all plants before you remove the air conditioning.
To remove all the plants and ensure the plants don’t get too warm, you can use an air tight bag and place it in a container.
The air tight container should be placed in a warm, dry area.
In some cases, you could use a humidifier, but be careful.
The container should not be exposed to direct sunlight, and the humidifier should be in a room with an air circulation system to keep the humidity low.
The humidifier can also be used on a regular basis.
If your house is very humid, you might want to use an indoor air conditioning system instead.