Try Thai Basil, pictured to the left, for that distinctive anise taste found
in many Southeast Asian dishes. Thai Basil with its slick green
leaves and ruby colored blooms is a beautiful plant and can also be grown in
For more on growing, harvesting and using
Basil, be sure to read our newsletter BASIL: The
Crowning Jewel of Summer.
For more fun and
recipes using basil, visit our Basil pinterest page.
Sweet and Thai Basil make a great addition to our Small Space Herb Garden Six
These plants are sometimes available in plug
trays. These trays hold 128 of all the same plant. They are a
great low cost way to fill a lot of space. Each cell is 3/4 of inch by
an inch. Check here to see if
Sweet Basil Plug Trays are available. Check here to see if
Thai Basil Plug Trays are available.