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This herb is revered in the Hindu religion, and is also known as ‘sacred basil’ or ‘Tulsi.’ A stimulating herb for our immune systems, use the sweet anise scented leaves and flowers in restorative teas, fresh or dried. The plants have fuzzy leaves and flowers loved by bees.
Days to Harvest: 70
7/23/2013 9:42:05 AM
I am from India where holy basil is most revered and used in temples and homes. However the holy basil you offer is an entirely different variety because the leaves, smell and blooms are unlike the ones found in India. I am currently growing your Holy Basil but it is from seeds I had purchased about three years ago from Smith and Hawken and saved from the previous two years blooms. It is a beautiful plant with purple flowers and attracts a lot of insects but unfortunately its leaves and fragrance is not the kind I grew up with.
3/7/2014 4:15:03 PM
I grow Holy Basil in a pot here in MA. It grows beautifully, withstands multiple cuttings, and dries well.
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