When growing basil, the seeds have a greenish hue and they are usually very small and hard to spot.
If you want to grow basil seeds indoors, you can grow them in a garden, in your kitchen, in a greenhouse or even in a compost pile.
Here are some tips for growing basil seeds in your home.
Growing basil outdoors Basil seeds can be grown indoors, but the conditions are different.
It is important to ensure that the garden you choose has good drainage and adequate light.
A greenhouse with drainage is a good place to grow your basil seeds.
You can also plant basil seeds outdoors, in the garden, outside in your backyard or in the backyard of your neighbours.
Basil seedlings are more difficult to spot, so you need to be very careful when you plant basil seedlings.
You should plant basil outside in a shady area, where there is plenty of light.
Keep a close eye on the garden for any signs of pest damage or disease.
If the basil is planted indoors, it is best to remove the basil seeds from the garden and store them in an airtight container.
When growing your basil outdoors, it’s important to consider the weather.
If there is too much rain, it can spread disease and spread your basil seed.
If it is too cold, your basil will be harder to germinate.
You may also want to consider growing your garden in a more sheltered location, such as a pond or a treehouse.