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Lime Basil is a close cousin to the more common lemon basil, with a zesty flavor and a sweet, citrusy aroma. Lime basil is used in a variety of dishes, including chicken, fish, sauces, fruit salad and Thai dishes. It also makes delicious, refreshing iced tea. Growing lime basil isn’t difficult, and the herbs can be planted in the garden or grown in containers. Place the plant where it receives at least six hours of sunlight per day. Lime basil pairs well with fish, shellfish and poultry, stone fruits, berries, cream-based or frozen desserts, and baked goods. Lime basil herb requires well-drained soil. You can start lime basil seeds indoors in late winter, about six to eight weeks ahead of the last frost in your climate.
A sweet and fragrant herb with a mild citrus taste.
Excellent for flavoring sauces, dressings and desserts.
A rare and hard to find seed variety, Lime basil is sweet and fragrant with a mild citrus taste.
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