The answer depends on your criteria.
Houston has been named one of the best cities to grow basil by the Associated Press, but the city of San Antonio also made the top 10.
But the AP also called Austin the best city to grow tomatoes, and Houston was in the middle of the pack, but in fourth place.
Here’s a look at the ranking:Houston has been home to more than a dozen basil species since it was founded in 1845.
In 2016, the city began planting basil shrubs in a public park.
A few years later, it became a national hub for basil gardens, with basil in parks across the country.
The basil gardens are now home to around 10,000 plants, according to the city.
The city planted the first basil plants in 1846 in the downtown area, then a few years ago, it planted more in the northwest and northwest neighborhoods.
The new basil is the city’s largest-ever planting, and the city has been growing basil in public parks and gardens ever since.
Houston residents can enjoy the beautiful bloom of the flowers and the crisp fresh basil leaves that are now coming into bloom in the city as well as the basil in their own gardens.
The Associated Press found that Austin ranked in the top 20 for basil growth and flowering.
Austin has been working on a new basil garden for years, and in 2017, the garden was completed.
This year, the Austin city council approved a new $300,000 basil garden in the Park District that will be home to over 100 basil plants.