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Basil is the fragrant king of herbs
... with scissors. Basil plants should eventually be planted 12 to 18 inches apart. After seedlings are about six inches high, pinch off the tops for bushier plants. Basil leaves can be harvested off the plants periodically throughout the summer. Water and fertilize your basil plants frequently. Pinch off the flowers to keep the plant from setting seed. Many varieties of basil ...
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The Gardener's Network - Herbs : How to Grow Basil
... . Propagation: Basil are grown from seed. It is popular started indoors in containers first. Started early and placed in a sunny window, many lucky gardeners will be using the Basil leaves before others have even planted them outdoors. Basil can also be directly seeded into your garden after all danger of ...
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Growing, Selecting And Using Basil, HYG-1644-94
... basil leaves on screens placed outside in the shade on a hot day. Cover them with cheesecloth to keep the leaves ... leaves are worth the effort also. The leaves can be used cooked or raw. Crush, chip or mince the leaves and add to recipes, or add whole leaves to salads. Sprigs of basil ...
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Basil Herb Questions - Herbs
... Basil. Question Help! Scouring the web to see if I can get any advice on how to get rid of whatever it is that is eating holes in my basil leaves. I plant in NYC in a backyard. Would dearly love some suggestions. Thanks! The Green Chronicle replies... Hi, I've got to say that I have never grown basil ...
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Basil, Mozzarella and Tomato Salad
... Basil, Mozzarella and Tomato Salad Basil, Mozzarella and Tomato Salad 2-3 fresh ripe tomatoes, sliced approx. 1/4" thick 8-10 fresh basil leaves (the big lettuce leaf kind are especially nice, purple ...
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Marinated Melon with Lime Basil Sorbet
... Basil Sorbet Marinated Melon with Lime Basil Sorbet 1 honeydew melon, ripe 1 lime, juiced 2 tablespoons gin Lemon ... mint. Place a small serving of Lime-Basil Sorbet on top or beside, if you wish. FRESH LIME-BASIL SORBET 1 cup fresh squeezed lime juice ... (1 cup sugar plus 1 cup water, boiled then cooled) 12 whole basil leaves 1 egg white (optional) Combine all ingredients, except egg white, into a ...
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Basil - It's Uses as a Culinary Herb
... basil. The best flavor of purple basil comes from the Red Rubin variety. And especially good in Thai dishes is the Thai Basil whose leaves ... sweet basil (most often used in Pesto). Basil is available in fresh leaves and in dried leaves, which are also sometimes called rubbed. Fresh leaves ... with an excess of basil, you can dry the leaves and store in a cool dry, dark place (dried basil will retain itsr ...
culinaryherbguide.com

Desirable Herb Varieties: Basil
... basil well. Keep the plants in full sun. Do not fertilize them. To promote bushy growth, pinch basil plants off at the growing tip as soon as 6 pairs of leaves ... leaves are less satisfactory than younger ones. Take leaves (and buds) at need, and preferably just when needed. Much of basil ...
growingtaste.com

The Official Seed Starting Home Page - Basil
... or partial shade; rich, moist, well-drained soil; will grow indoors Uses: fresh or dried leaves in soups, stews, and sauces; meat, fish, and egg recipes; salads and vegetables Propagation methods ... Growing On... Pests: Japanese beetles Diseases: botrytis (bush basil) Harvest: use fresh leaves at any time; for drying, pick in early fall before leaves turn yellow by cutting leaf stalks just before the ...
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Basil
... Basil BASIL Basil has a very neat, dense growing habit with attractive, glossy, bright-green triangular leaves. They can also be clipped into neat hedges. Flowers are not an important feature. Plant outside in full sun when all danger of frost is past. Use leaves fresh, dried or frozen in vinegars, sauces, stews, salads, fish, shellfish, chicken, veal, lamb, tomatoes ...
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