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crochetkim's Basil, purple x 1 Harvesting

Plant: Basil (Ocimum basilicum) | Variety: Purple Dark Opal

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Very late in the season, but I’m still in the experimental stages of my gardening. I’m mostly just curious.

ETA: Very happy with this basil. Doesn’t seem to matter that it was planted late in the season. I can plant basil over and over. It takes about 2 months to harvest and I could have 3 or 4 full harvests during April to November. These are now finished and the planters are ready for next year.

Oh, and the basil is delicious! Highly recommend this one. Such a pretty purple and it has pink flowers. I made spinach basil rice frequently during the summer and I have chopped purple basil in the freezer as well.

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