Growing basil from seeds is not recommended.
Growing basil with temperatures between 45 and 60 degrees F (5 and 20 degrees C) is not advisable, as it may grow in a soil that is too dry and nutrient-poor, and it may not germinate at all.
Growing in a well-drained soil, however, can be beneficial for basil plants and may yield more fruits.
Growing it outdoors or in a greenhouse can be a viable option, although this is not always recommended.
What is Basil?
Basil is a flowering perennial herb that is often found in the garden.
It grows up to three feet (12 cm) tall, but often has up to 12 feet (3 m) of stems.
Basil is native to the Mediterranean region and can be found growing in areas such as the foothills of the Alps and the Andes.
Basil grows in temperate and tropical climates.
The most common variety is the Basil family, which includes basil, thyme, and mint.
The common name “basil” is derived from the Greek word for “a herb” and is derived form the Latin word basilus.
Basil has a bright, bright green color with greenish, yellow flowers that are edible and fragrant.
It is edible for salads and other vegetables.
Basil also contains the alkaloids, tannins, and flavonoids.