Basil (Thai) seeds

 

Thai basil adds a wonderful aniseed flavour to food. Good in salads or added at the last minute of cooking to add that definitive Thai flavour.

 

Sow indoors into a tray filled with seed compost, keep at 18-20 degrees and keep moist.

After germination (which takes 8-10 days) water sparingly.

Transplant each seedling to a small pot and grow on for 4 weeks. Then either transplant to a bigger pot or into the garden (but only if all risk of frost has definitely passed).

Basil (Thai) seeds

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    • Sow indoors into a tray of seed compost
    • Cover lightly with compost/vermiculite
    • Keep at 18-20 degrees and keep moist
    • After germination, water sparingly
    • Trasplant each seedling to a small pot and grow on for 4 weeks, then transplant to a larger pot
    • Likes a sunny spot