A survey of the latest growing conditions in the basil community has revealed that it’s best to grow plants indoors.
In an interview with the Irish Times, the garden expert said that growing basil outdoors was not necessarily a good idea as it’s a “very cold and damp place”.
“In Ireland, in certain climates it can get too cold in winter and too hot in summer, which can result in an area of the garden that’s becoming bare, or it’s becoming very bare and in some cases is drying out,” he said.
“In some parts of Ireland, it’s also very hot, which in some areas can cause a condition called ‘fog feet’, where there’s very little shade.”
If you grow basil indoors, you’re in the same condition as a gardener that’s grown basil in a greenhouse or in a shed.
“In most parts of the world, it is best to plant basil outdoors in warm conditions, because it’s the most drought tolerant plant.”
But in other parts of Europe and North America, it can grow well indoors, and in a garden it can produce a beautiful green colour, but if you grow it in a damp, cold and wet place it can actually do damage.
“Read more about basil:Gardeners have long been encouraged to plant their own basil plants, but the latest survey suggests that there is a strong debate about the best way to do so.
The Gardener’s Union, which represents gardeners in the UK, has previously called for a new, nationwide guide to grow basil, while a group of local gardens have also called for the use of a universal garden tax, which they believe would be a boon for basil growers.
But this new survey is the first time that gardeners are getting a real sense of what their best options are.
It also shows that the majority of the gardener population in Ireland do not want to be forced to grow their own plants.
While the poll did find that almost one in three gardeners have been forced to make the choice, the vast majority of gardener respondents said they did not want the tax to be a condition of their membership.”
We have this perception that if you’re a gardening professional you want to live and work in Ireland and the country,” said Gardener Guy Kelly.”
There’s this idea that if I don’t want to have to work in the country I shouldn’t be a gardager.
“The gardener is the most important part of a gardiner, it gives them a job.
But the gardiner is also the garderer who’s responsible for maintaining the garden, and if they’re forced to have a tax, they’re going to feel like they’re not as important as the gardier, which is not the case.”
I think the survey is very important and it’s really important for gardens to get an idea of what is best for them.
“This survey shows that gardens want to grow and grow, so it’s important that we understand how they are able to do that, and also what is the cost to the garder.”
Read More:A survey of Ireland’s basil gardeners revealed the truth about basilGrowing basil is the best for the environment and the climate in IrelandGardening is about creating and maintaining a garden.
Gardens can be very different to the rest of the country, with different conditions and climates.
We have to adapt to them, and we have to make sure we understand their needs and the best possible conditions for them to grow.