Growing herbs from seed always amazes me. What begins as a tiny seedling with a stem no thicker than a hair suddenly transforms into hearty seedlings ready for planting.At least, that's what my basil has done.
We have a long wait yet before we can plant anything outside. I know this because there are still several feet of snow covering my garden spot and raised beds. Checking my seedlings this morning gave me a burst of optimism and reminded me that spring will come when it is time.
If you love basil and are tired of paying hard-earned cash for seedlings in the nursery each spring, you still have time to plant your basil seeds inside.
How to Start Basil from Seed Inside
Until Next Time . . . HAPPY GARDENING!
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