Organic Cinnamon Basil Herb Seeds (250mg)

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Organic Cinnamon Basil Herb (250mg) Description:
Basil's unique flavor is a staple of summertime cooking and a favorite year-round. Grow Organic Basil-Cinnamon in your own garden and you can use fresh Basil leaves or dried Basil as a seasoning in pasta sauces, pesto, savory dishes, and desserts. These Organic Basil seeds from Patriot Seeds are 100% heirloom, Non-GMO, and Certified Organic by California Certified Organic Farmers. They can be stored for 5+ years in the re-sealable Mylar packaging and are open-pollinated, so you can grow, harvest, and replant your crop endlessly and always have Basil on-hand. When you're ready to declare your food independence, buy Patriot Seeds!

Organic Herbs: Basil - Cinnamon Planting Instructions:
Basil does best in full sun, planted 1/4 inch deep and 12 to 18" apart. Grow time is around 85 days. Plant basil seeds in fertile soil and make sure the seeds get a steady supply of moisture. Basil needs warm soil temperatures. In cool areas, wait to mulch until the soil temperature is in the mid-60s. In hotter regions, or once the summer heat has picked up, add mulch sooner. Basil is vulnerable to even mild frost, so you should harvest the remainder of your crop if the temperatures will dip into the 30s.

Organic Herbs: Basil - Cinnamon Harvesting Instructions:

Basil's flavor is strongest when it is used fresh. Harvest the plant just as it starts to set flower buds. Harvest the entire plant around every three weeks. Basil can also be dried for long-term storage. To protect the flavor of dried basil, store it in the freezer. To store basil pesto or basil packed in olive oil, freeze in ice cube trays and then transfer to plastic bags for storage.

Did You Know This About Basil?

Over the centuries, Basil was used as a love token in a variety of cultures. It was thought to protect and predict chastity and would wither in the hands of the impure. Today, it is used in everything from main courses to desserts, as its piquant flavor mixes with both sweet and savory dishes.

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