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To grow African Blue Basil, you must take cuttings from an existing plant, there are no seeds for this plant. It must get at least 2-3 hours of sunlight a day. It can be grown with filtered light such as under a tree or in a bright window indoors. If you forget to water it for about a month, and it wilts drastically, water it and it will look as good as new.
Prune occasionally for a more bushy form by cutting off the top about a third.
Cut some African Blue basil for herb bouquets and for garnish at the table.
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"African Blue Basil"
Frank on 5/6/2011
Comments: Verry healthy plant,will purchase next year,look forward to seeing this species mature in our garden
Nikki Batty on 3/18/2009
Comments: This is a wonderful plant. Have grown it for years. My husband is in love with it. And the smaller, delicate leaves can certainly be used fresh for herbs, or the leaves can be dried & used later. Beautiful, spiky purple flowers. Heavenly scent.
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