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Basil, Mrs. Burns Lemon
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Basil, Lemon and Cinnamon Bouquet Mix

Basil, Mrs. Burns Lemon

(7 customer reviews)


Basil, Mrs. Burns Lemon – 50 Seeds

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Basil, Mrs. Burns Lemon – 200 Seeds

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Basil, Lemon, Ocimum basilicum - 50 or 200 seeds avg

Basil holds up as a cut flower filler and adds the perfect touch to late summer and fall bouquets. A striking touch in landscapes, kitchen gardens, cutting gardens and containers that will produce all season when harvested weekly.

Planting Tips:
    • Sun to part sun.
    • 24"H
    • Summer annual
    • Plant seeds directly in the garden or start indoors for an earlier start.
    • Plant after last danger of frost has past and the soil has begun to warm, typically a couple weeks past last frost date.
    • Cover seed lightly.
    • 5-10 days to germinate
Harvesting Tips:
  • Harvest for bouquets as the flower heads begin to develop.
  • Harvest stems at the base of the stem for a whole season of re-growth.
  • This will produce multiple new sprouts from the base of the plant that will produce more strong stems for fresh weekly harvests.
  • Remember that herbs need to be harvested on a regular basis to keep the plant fresh and growing.
  • Treat basil stems harvested for bouquets as cut flowers and plunge into clean water with flower food added for maximum vase life.
  • Basil stems do not like refrigeration.

7 reviews for Basil, Mrs. Burns Lemon

  1. Kelly Bigbee (verified owner)

  2. Kelsey Clarke (verified owner)

  3. Delanie Trusty (verified owner)

    Nothing has germinated so far and it has been in the ground for several days so far, but maybe it is too cold – Central MO

    • Lisa Mason Ziegler (store manager)

      Hi Delaine, Yes it is early April and definitely too cold in Missouri for warm-season tender annual seeds to sprout. We recommended planting seeds in the garden 2 weeks after your last excepted frost date that I would guess is late April. Mid-May would be a good time to plant.

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