Thai basil is known as Cinnamon Basil and is wonderful eaten raw, slivered, and added to salads, both your plain old cucumber-tomato salad or something meaty like northern Thai larb. But its hardy leaves stand up especially well to cooking
Thai basil leaves are a frequent ingredient in Thai green and red curries and is more stable under high or extended cooking temperatures than that of sweet basil
Protect basil plants from wind and sun for the first several days. Thai basil prefers soil that is lightly moist, slightly acidic, well-drained and rich in organic matter
Plant is sold in a 5"pot size with a plant height of up to 12"-14". * Color of Pot may change as per the availability at the time of delivery.
Note: The scale of plant in the picture has been provided as a guide only. These are Natural live Plants and therefore will grow! Every plant is different from one another. The plant you receive might be slightly different from the Picture.
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