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This auction is for 20+ Queen of Siam Basil seeds from my organic garden. All of my seeds are heirloom, non-GMO. It is the best-tasting basil that I've ever tried!

Thai Basil, also known as Oriental basil, Asian basil or Bai Horapa in Thailand, is a cultivar of sweet basil commonly used in the cuisines of Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
"Siam Queen" is a large leaf cultivar of Thai Basil that has been cultivated to provide a distinctive set of traits preferred in Asian cuisine. It has an identifiable licorice flavour not present in sweet basil, and its flavour is more stable under high or extended cooking temperatures than that of sweet basil.
Use Thai basil for Thai, Indian, and Italian recipes. Fresh, it can be added to salads, and either the fresh or dried forms can be used to flavour soups, pasta, and vegetable dishes.
Thai basil matches well with rice, poultry, and seafood. In Thai cuisine, great handfuls of fresh Thai basil leaves are added to spicy stir-fries. Thai basil can also be steeped into a soothing tea and used to flavour vinegar and oil as dressing components.
All basils are tender herbs that prefer daytime temperatures of around 25 to 30°C (77 to 86°F), they cannot withstand frost and will only thrive with night temperatures above 12°C (54°F). This tender perennial is usually grown as an annual but can be successfully grown indoors throughout the year.
It should be grown in a position that receives sunlight for around 6 to 8 hours a day. The dark varieties need a significant amount of full sun to achieve their deep and distinctive coloration. Position the plants in a sheltered spot that avoids cold winds. You can bring basil inside as a window herb.
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Questions & Comments
You are very thorough in your descriptions, which I appreciate
Jan 14th, 2020 at 1:01:25 PM PST by
Thank you! I know that that is what I like to see on auctions, so I provide some information for mine. I appreciate you noticing! :0)
Jan 14th, 2020 at 8:04:01 PM PST by

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