These extremely aromatic leaves also have a delightful variety of flavours, from the slightly lemony mint of sweet basil to cinnamon and liquorice. Leaf colours span to rich green. The flowers are insignificant but very popular with bees. Try our Non-GMO Basil Green Seeds. Also, check out our workshops for more details.
Number of seeds in a packet – 20
- Difficulty Level – Easy
- Plant Height – 12 to 24 inches tall
- Type – Indoor (Balcony / Terrace)
- Aroma – Spicy
- Flavour –Slightly Bitter
- Feed – VermiCompost for nutrients every week, Seaweed once a month for greener leaves and Epsom salt for better blooming once a month.
- Watering – 1 inch of water every week
- Sunlight – 6 to 8 hours of sunlight
- Germination Time – 1 week
- Suitable Temperature – 18°C – 21°C
- Season – Annual
- Sowing – Spring
HOW TO GROW BASIL GREEN FROM SEEDS
- Take a Growbag and fill it with Cocopeat.
- Sprinkle the seeds around the Growbag.
- Fill the hole with Cocopeat lightly and spray water using spray gun or spray bottle.
- Keep the soil moist not soggy.
- Seeds will germinate within a week.
- Full sunlight is needed.
- Take a Medium Size Pot and add a Potting Mix.
- If planting in the soil add Neem Cake Powder, VermiCompost and Seaweed.
Botanical name: Ocimum tenuiflorum
basil green seed in hindi: Hari Tulasi (हरी तुलसी)
basil green seed in tamil: Pachchai Tulasi (பச்சை துளசி)
basil green seed in telugu: Ākupacca tulasi (ఆకుపచ్చ తులసి)
basil green seed in kannada: Hasiru tuḷasi (ಹಸಿರು ತುಳಸಿ)
basil green seed in bengali: Sabuja tulasī (সবুজ তুলসী)
basil green seed in marathi: Hiravi Tulasa (हिरवी तुळस)
basil green seed in malayalam: Pacca Tualsi (പച്ച തുളസി)
Other names: bazil green seeds, Medicinal plants, Badil
Riti singh –
A beautiful plant with aromatic leaves. Thanks
Vibha Shukla –
Very nice quality seeds
they grew really fast
Aadrik Aarv –
Growing beautifully in my garden
Raj Shukla –
Amazed with the product
Charnjit Kumar –
Seeds quality is very good
Suyasha Kapoor –
Taarika Sharma –
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Nidhi Gowda –
Planted them, waiting for it to be sprouted!