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Thai Holy Basil is the sacred basil of Thailand, used for growing aroung the Buddhist Temples. It is a small pretty plant with pinkish-mauve flowers and deep purple stems. It gives off a delicious scent when used in stir-fries with hot peppers and either chicken, pork or beef.
Product Part Number: 15248
When to sow
When to Sow Holy Thai Basil Seeds
March to June
Where to Sow
In pots or trays at 22°c, cover lightly with compost. Sow directly into growing site from mid June.
What to do Next
As soon as seedlings are large enough to handle, prick off into small pots. Transplant to growing site in June or into permanent containers, thin direct sowings to 15cm apart.