Actually it’s pretty easy. My brother Leo planted some in our backyard and they’re really growing healthy. Since he’s not here, I will need to update this post after I interview him how he grew these Basil plants.
So here’s my own steps based on my observation how my green-thumbed brother grew these plants.
First he got those seeds from the City Agriculture office where he worked. Then scatter the seeds into two three cans with organic soil. The soil he used are full of nutrients coming from biodegradable waste, as they decay they turn into nutrients and then mixed into the soil.
When the seeds started to grow day by day until it’s strong enough to transfer into a plot. So here are the plants he grew:
Pretty healthy and and greener eh?
This type of Basil could have belonged to the citrus family of Basil since the flavor is kind of sour. I know it because I tasted it. Yup, the leaves. I ate them raw and fresh right from those trees like I’m a goat. hehehe.
We also mixed the leaves to some of foreign recipes and some delicacies that makes Basil as a main spice or ingredient. Sometimes we mix it in lemon juice with one or two mint leaves. And oohhh, it really tasted refreshing.
So that’s it. I will need to update this later because I have to interview my bro Leo so we can have detailed instructions on how to plant these Basil.