As the summer winds down and summer flowers turn green, gardeners everywhere are pondering what to plant next.
For the next few weeks, however, the answer will likely come down to the basil plant.
As the growing season draws to a close, many gardeners are pondoring the answer to the question: Do I need to grow a basil plant in my yard?
As the weather gets warmer, basil plants tend to become more drought tolerant, allowing for more space to grow them.
In Florida, this means growing basil indoors in a small container.
That can help keep the plant moist and help it resist pests.
In other parts of the country, like California, the basil is more susceptible to water stress and pests.
The plant also doesn’t tend to get as big as the shrubs, so the water needs are smaller.
As for growing in containers, some gardeners think they need more space.
But there are a few factors that can keep basil in your yard:The plants have a wide variety of flowers, and some have flowers that are bigger than the container they grow in.
The plant’s flowers can flower in the summer months and in the winter.
For this reason, basil tends to be grown in pots in Florida.
There are several varieties of basil, and the best ones are the ones that bloom in spring and autumn.
In California, basil blooms in the fall, and flowers can also be found in the spring and summer.
The best basil plant to grow in a container in California is the bergamot plant, a genus of plants that includes basil, mint, and parsley.
The basil plant is usually grown in containers in containers of 12 to 16 inches.
The plants will bloom from early spring through fall.
The flowers are red and purple and are about two inches long.