Growing basil has become a big trend for some people, but it has not always been a big deal for everyone.
It is an essential plant for many, including farmers, but not everyone wants to grow it in their gardens.
That is why some growers are looking at growing it in containers or using a different type of greenhouse.
The Globe and Mail spoke with two growing basil growers, who say they are trying to be a bit more cautious.
(GALLERY: Growing basil in containers) The grower who preferred containers over growing basil is Dr. David Friesen of New York City-based Green Mountain Gardens, a growing company based in Greenville, S.C. The grow house, which has been around since the 1950s, has a greenhouse, but Frieses is looking at expanding to containers to grow basil in.
“There’s not a lot of space available,” he said.
“It’s hard to grow a plant in a container, but you can do it in a garage or on a trailer.
Growing basil is not a very complicated process. “
I’m working on getting a container that’s bigger than a refrigerator, which is about 2.5 metres (8 feet) long, but the problem is the truck is too big to fit in the truck bed.”
Growing basil is not a very complicated process.
First you must plant the basil.
Then you need to keep it warm.
You want the basil to get plenty of water and nutrients.
Next, you have to divide it into different kinds of containers.
The container you grow it into is called a “seedling.”
When you put the basil seed in the container, you want to keep the plant at a temperature between 35 and 35 C (86 and 86 F).
This is where the container is called the “grower.”
Friesens and his wife, Heather, say they have grown basil in five containers at different times.
Heather is an expert at growing basil.
She started with about 1,000 seedlings in the backyard of their home.
The next time Friess planted a new seedling, he kept the same temperature as the last time.
“We had a lot more success growing it than we did last time,” he told The Globe.
“The temperature was warmer than before, and it was more vigorous.
It grew better than the last plant.”
Growing a basil seedling is easy.
All you need is a container.
In order to do that, you need a grower to plant the seedling and to keep him warm.
When it comes to growing basil seeds, Heather Friese said she has been growing the plants for about 15 years.
Heather has done it her way, using a small plastic bag for the grower.
Fries told The Guardian that it is easier to grow plants in a greenhouse because you have access to space and space can be very tight.
Growing basil plants is also easier when you have a container to store the seedlings.
Frieds explained that a container will help to keep things moving a little bit better.
When you have an area to grow the plants, you can store them for longer, since they can grow more quickly and produce more.
Growing in containers is a bit easier, because you can easily move the container and you can take them when you are going to store them, he said, because the container doesn’t have to be as large as a refrigerator.
When he is growing basil seedlings, Fries is using a 3.5-litre (15-gallon) tank.
A grower can add one or two containers to a 5-litres (18-gallons) tank, Frys said.
He is growing two kinds of basil, red and green, so he uses a green container for the first time.
The green container can be a container with a lid, so the seed will be placed in the green container, Fried said.
When the seed is planted, Fies said, it takes about a week to grow.
Frying said he has planted around 800 seedlings so far.
The biggest challenge Fries said he faces is getting the basil in a room that is dark and warm.
“You have to put it in the dark and the room will warm up, but then it will be too dark,” he explained.
“Then you need some light to give it the warmth it needs.”
Frying, who also sells basil seeds online, says he is trying to do things differently.
“When you are growing basil at home, you are not growing a lot, but I think you need time to get it in,” he added.
Growing a garden can be quite complicated, especially if you are doing it in your garage or in your backyard.
Frys says he does have a few tips for growing basil: