Growing basil outdoors is not a problem if it’s kept in containers, says the American Gardening Association, and even in a few places the growing season is a little longer.
Growing outdoors means the plant is protected from frost, so you don’t need to worry about frost damage.
But growing indoors requires special care.
The American Horticultural Society (AHSA) cautions against using the name basil for any plants that aren’t protected by a fence or a gate.
They can’t be cut out, nor are they edible.
The AHSA also cautions that basil is a hardy plant that can grow in most climates.
If you’re going to be growing basil outdoors, you need to know what to look for and how to care for it.
Here’s what to know before you start.
What is basil?
Basil is a succulent shrub that grows from the base of the stem.
The plant is often called an onion.
The leaves are dark green and often resemble those of an onion and are long, thin, and shiny.
Basil is sometimes called the “Italian” or “Italian basil.”
In some regions, it is also called “black-eyed basil.”
The leaves have a strong odor, so don’t expect to smell them.
It is sometimes grown in containers.
Basil grows in a variety of containers, from large, round metal boxes to plastic containers and paper cups.
Here are some tips for growing basil: Don’t plant basil outdoors.
You won’t get much out of the plant indoors, since it needs a lot of light and moisture.
If there’s a lot to hold, it will eventually dry out and become brittle.
It can be grown in a greenhouse, though.
If basil is grown outdoors, use the containers as a greenhouse.
The air will help the plant grow.
You can store basil in a cool, dark place that is away from direct sunlight.
The plants will be protected from pests, insects and diseases.
It will also help keep the basil out of your neighbor’s yard.
If the soil is too dry, you can use a container to hold the soil.
If it is too wet, the container may overflow.
Use a container for all kinds of basil: basil seed, basil powder, basil seed oil, basil paste, basil leaves, basil stem, and basil bulbs.
If growing basil in containers or in plastic containers, you may need to make sure that there is enough space for the plant to grow.
This is true for both the plant and the containers.
If all you have is a few containers, it’s okay.
But if you have more than one container, you should consider creating a space where the plants can grow.
Place basil seed in a container that’s a few inches apart.
Place the seeds in the middle of the containers, with the top of the container on top.
If possible, make the containers wide enough so that you can cover the plant when it’s at the base.
If not, make them smaller.
For more information about growing plants indoors, check out our article Growing plants outdoors.
What are the benefits of growing basil?
It’s a very easy way to add color to your yard, says AHSA.
There are a lot more benefits than just having more space for plants to grow in.
Basil can be a wonderful addition to the soil, since there is a lot it can do.
You’ll need more than a few plants to produce the best flavor.
You don’t have to be afraid of the weather, says Chris Condon, the AHSA’s managing director.
In fact, if the temperature is cool and humidity is low, it can even be a good way to reduce the risk of frost damage to plants.
There’s also a lot that the plant can do in the soil and the air.
For example, basil will help retain water.
So it can hold water for longer and it can retain it in the form of the water that plants are using for photosynthesis.
There is also a wide variety of nutrients that basil can hold, from vitamin A to nitrogen.
For basil to be beneficial, it needs the right soil.
You should plant basil in well-drained soil that is rich in magnesium, potassium and iron.
If your soil is acidic, it could make the plant susceptible to fungus and bacteria.
So if you don: have a soil that’s too acidic, the basil won’t be as beneficial;