Growing basil seeds in your backyard is easy.
You can plant them in a single pot and you don’t need to worry about any problems.
But growing them outdoors in a container, or growing them in your own backyard, is a different story.
In fact, you need to grow them indoors in order to maximize the health benefits of basil.
So if you’re growing basil seeds outdoors, you’ll need to plan ahead.
Here are five tips to help you plant basil outdoors: Keep them out of direct sunlight.
Growing basil outdoors is great, but keep them out when you’re not outdoors.
Sunlight will damage the delicate plant parts and leaves.
It will also destroy the basil’s flowers.
So when you want to plant basil indoors, place basil seeds near a window.
That way, if you want the flowers to survive, they’ll survive the sun’s rays.
Keep basil seeds indoors in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area.
When you plant a basil seed indoors, it needs to be kept moist and cool.
To keep basil seeds dry, place them in containers with a damp towel to keep the air temperature down.
That will help keep the basil seed moist and protect it from mold and fungi.
The water level in the container needs to stay below the soil surface.
It doesn’t have to be as deep as a 10-gallon container, but a 1-gallons container should be adequate.
Keep them in an airtight container.
That’s the simplest way to keep basil safe from the elements.
If you plan to grow a lot of basil indoors in your garden, you might want to consider storing basil seeds inside a sealed container, such as a 1.5-gallock or larger container.
Place basil seeds on the bottom of the container to help them survive the cold temperatures of the night.
Place your basil seeds under the shade of a tall, well ventilated tree.
When the sun comes up, the basil seeds will be protected from the sun.
Place the basil plants in a room with a well-humilated, air-conditioned air-filled room, such a garage, or other area that’s cool to the touch.
For more information about basil plants and seeds, read our article Growing Basil Seeds Outside.
If your basil plants are growing outside, you can keep them safe by placing them in plastic bags or a metal container.
If the containers are plastic, the seeds can easily be broken and the basil can’t survive in the plastic.
To prevent these types of problems, make sure your basil plant is not in direct sunlight, and it’s at least partially covered by a plastic bag or a cardboard box.
Place them in the sun for at least a few hours a day.
That can be as long as an hour, or even as long, as 24 hours a week.
For best results, you should keep the plants in their containers, but not in a sealed, airtight containers.
Place seeds indoors only in areas with well-maintained drainage.
It’s important to protect your basil from mold.
In general, it’s best to keep seeds indoors if the temperature outside is below 50 degrees F (10 degrees C).
It also helps to have drainage pipes running to the ground to keep mold out.
For basil plants, this means placing the seeds in a well ventilated room, preferably one that has drainage pipes.
For a better view of the basil plant, place your basil seedlings outdoors.
Basil plants should be kept in a greenhouse or other greenhouse with ventilation.
It is important to monitor the temperature of the air to prevent mold growth and to keep your basil well protected from mold in the greenhouse.
To find out more about how to grow your own basil, read How to Grow Basil Outside.