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Basil Seeds - Cinnamon

Cinnamon Basil (Ocimum Basilicum Cinnamon) - Easy to grow from Basil seeds, Cinnamon Basil makes a great addition to the herb garden or grow it in a container and enjoy the beauty of this attractive herb plant. This Basil herb plant grows 24 to 36 inches high and 12 to 18 inches wide.

Basil Seeds - Holy

Green Holy Basil (Ocimum Tenuiflorum) - Holy Basil is a widely cultivated herb plant that can be grown from Basil seeds. It is a tender perennial, and in many areas is grown as an annual. Holy Basil is a bushy, aromatic herb that is native to Asia but now is grown in many warm climates world-wide.

Basil Seeds - Lemon

Lemon Basil (Ocimum Basilicum Citriodorum) - This winning Basil offers a different scent - pure, clean, citrus-lemon, and it's easily grown from Basil seeds! Basil is an indispensable flavoring, and it's used around the world. Pick the leaves and use them fresh or dried in herb vinegars and with chicken, fish, vegetables and soups.

Basil Seeds - Sweet Dark Opal

Sweet Basil (Ocimum Basilicum Dark Opal) - Start these Basil seeds for both color as well as flavor. This Sweet Basil herb variety is called Dark Opal. The leaves have a clove-like spiciness flavor which is a little too strong for pesto but great for almost any basil dish, and it's especially good for vinegars and oils.

Basil Seeds - Sweet Genovese

Sweet Basil (Ocimum Basilicum Genovese) - This variety of Basil seeds produce extremely tender and fragrant herb plants. Genovese Basil has extra-large, dark green leaves and is often used in Italian pesto. Genovese Basil typically grows to a height of 18 - 24 inches.

Basil Seeds - Sweet Large Leaved

Sweet Basil (Ocimum Basilicum Large Leaf) - Large Leaf Sweet Basil is regarded as the essential variety for true Neapolitan cuisine, especially pesto. Italian Basil plants are loaded with volatile oils, responsible for the heady aroma and strong flavor so essential to cooking. Like all Basil plants, Large Leaf Sweet Basil is easy to establish from herb seeds for the garden or to grow in a container on the patio.

Basil Seeds - Thai

Thai Basil (Ocimum Basilicum Thai Siam Queen) - What a gorgeous addition for the herb garden that can easily be grown from Basil seeds! Thai Siam Queen Basil is as flavorful as it is attractive. The sturdy stems support extra-large, 4-inch-long and 2-inch-wide bright green leaves. Clusters of purple flowers are produced on the very top of the plant for a highly ornamental effect.