This is a mix of several Basil varieties that differ in size, habit, hue and leaf size. The leaves, harvested since the plant has flowered, are commonly used for seasoning. Basil is a vital ingredient in many the world's cuisines, which makes it an immensely popular seasoning plant around the world.
Growing: sow the seeds in boxes or in pots in early April or directly into a permanent position in May. The seeds germinate in about 14 days at 20-22ºC. Plant the seedlings out into pots (12 to 15 centimetres in diameter) or directly into the soil in 20-25cm spacings. This variety prefers covered, sunny positions and sufficiently moist fertile soils.
Each packet contains 0.5g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 325 seeds (+/- 20%)