Do you want your basil plant to be big and lush? Here’s some quick tips to ensure you enjoy the largest yield from your basil plants.
Listen to the end and learn three common mistakes that you can easily avoid!
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What fantastic advice and insights you always offer! I so appreciate it …and particularly this one, since basil is my favorite herb to grow.
Thank you! 🙏
Thank you for this little gem of information…Good info, I will no longer pull the leaves off my Basil plant and will be able to keep my Basil around longer.
Thank you, I was a leaf-puller, but not anymore!
You inspired me to great heights this year spending $7000 to build a gorgeous garden with plentiful yield more than ever before in my lifetime! THANK YOU! For continueing to inspire and educate me in such a fun way!
I was making all three mistakes! Thank you!
Thank you! I had no idea you cut the stem. I have always just been removing the leaves.
I live in the Southwest desert. Can I grow basil outside? Think 110 in July and August, or is this a cool weather plant:
Hi, Can basil be frozen? Or should it be dried instead.
Thank you so much! I needed to know all of that!! I want to get started with basil, AGAIN! Keep it inside, under lights?, or outside?
Thank you! I appreciate your videos and lessons!
Your video is highly informative. My question is do you always prune basil above the 3rd node? Or is that just for the first prune?