Tiny, highly aromatic leaves, globular in shape: This is the Greek basil. It completes the flavour of pesto sauce and is an eye-catcher in the Mediterranean herb garden of the Cisalpine mountains. The harvest is done best with a pointy pairs of small scissors. (because who actually owns a golden sickle?)
Sow in boxes at a warm location from the middle of April. Transplant to 5x5 cm. Plant preferentially from the 20th of May in garden pots / planters (Attention slug damage) Continuously harvest young tips with a small pair of scissors. Frost-protected culture necessary.
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