500 Italian Large Leaf Basil Seeds Culinary Herb Great for Pesto

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500 Italian Large Leaf Basil Seeds Culinary Herb Great For Pesto Italian Large Leaf Basil Herb Seeds (Ocimum basilicum). Annual. Traditional herb with white flowers common to the old world. Use in anything containing tomatoes or tomato sauce, also for meats, fish and vegetables. Easy to grow. Height, 24 inches. ***BASIL GROWING GUIDE BELOW*** All Of Our Vegetable Seeds Are Heirloom And Organic Unless Otherwise Stated. All Seeds We Carry Are Either For The Current Growing Season Or For The Next Growing Season To Come Which Is Why Our Seeds Have Such A High Germination Rate And Will Last For Years If Stored Properly. We Do Not Sell Old Seeds. Our Heirloom Seeds Are All Gathered And Packaged By Hand So No Weed Seeds Or Anything Other Than What You Ordered Will Be In Your Seed Packets. We Do Not Carry Any Gmo Or Altered Seeds. All Seeds Come In A 2X3 Resealable Plastic Zip Lock Bag, Shipped In A Protective Bubble Mailer. If You Have Any Questions You Can Message Us At Any Time. Shipping Time Is Usually Between 1 And 10 Business Days. All multiple orders of the same seed are put in the same bag. For example if you order 500 beefsteak tomato seeds x 3 then 1500 seeds will be put in the same bag. We do not send out 3 individual bags with 500 in each. This goes for all seeds unless they are listings of different seeds. NOTE: ALL GROWING INFO AND INSTRUCTIONS ARE ON ITEM PAGE. THEY DO NOT COME WITH SEEDS IN PACKAGE. We do not ship growing instructions. Germination, plant and growing instructions are available online. If you can’t find germinating and instructions online you can find them on the item page. Our goal is to save money everywhere we can so we can pass those savings on to you. Please feel free to message us anytime. Check Our Store For Many More Flowers, Fruit & Vegetables BASIL GROWING GUIDE Basil is a leafy, fragrant annual with a bushy appearance. The most common type of basil is sweet basil; other types include purple basil (less sweet than commo