Growing basil for your garden is a long and arduous process, so here’s a list of the top plants for your home and garden.
While most basil plants are edible, there are some plants that are actually poisonous, and the best ones for home gardeners are the ones that have high alkalinity, which means they are good at absorbing carbon dioxide and neutralizing it.
There are also some plants with medicinal properties.
So which plants are the best to grow in your home?
The first thing you should do is choose a suitable soil for your basil plant, but also a suitable temperature.
For example, when growing basil in the shade, it will take about a month for the leaves to grow, and a week for the roots to develop.
You want the plant to reach about 1/4 inch diameter when it’s at its height, which is about 5 inches high.
It will also take about four months for the basil plant to produce edible leaves.
If you want to grow basil indoors, you can add some water and grow the basil indoors in containers.
Here are some of the plants that you can grow in the garden: