When can basil be grown outside?
It is possible to grow your own basil outdoors, according to a new study from the University of Pennsylvania.
A growing light is essential to ensure that the plant stays healthy, so it is important to grow it as soon as possible.
It is not recommended to grow Basil outside when it is still in its seedling stage, because the plant can become aggressive.
To keep the basil growing outside, the plant should be placed in a pot with a potting mix, a water pump and a cover of soil.
A grow light should be used to ensure the plant is properly fertilised.
To get the best effect, the basil should be kept at a temperature of around 35 degrees Celsius (77 degrees Fahrenheit) to avoid over-potting.
Basil can grow outside in any location, but if you want to grow outside outside, you should check with your local gardening authority first.
If you are growing outside for the first time, you will need to make sure the basil is kept away from people and pets.
To ensure that you are not over-fertilising the basil, keep it in a container that has been sprayed with a mixture of water, sand and baking soda.
It should then be placed on a potter’s wheel, and watered every few days.