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  • Sara Gerving

    I love fresh Basil. Growing Basil, indoors and out

  • Kayla Lynn

    For my good intentioned herb garden... growing basil indoors and out.

  • Whitley S. (Classy Sassy)

    this might help my lack of a green thumb

  • Sarah Medlin Petrey

    Basil growing tips Basil is a great choice to plant both indoors and outdoors since it’s easy to grow and is useful in so many ways. It can be used in salads, makes a great pesto and seasons dishes like soups, casseroles and sauces. It is also a key ingredient in many home remedies (such as treating wasp stings, mosquito bites, relieving coughs, and more). This is a plant that gives and gives…and gives some more! Here are some tips for growing your own bounty…

  • Michelle Watts

    Tips for growing basil, indoors and out. I think I need this with how often I go through poor, innocent basil plants. :oD

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