Basil is an aromatic plant that is easy to grow in the home. After sowing your seeds you will the first leaves start to appear in a few days and you can start using them in your recipes . The bell-shaped cloche lid enables germination by concentrating the heat and humidity.
Fun pot bell jar Basil plant
Plastic pot in green anise colour with a height and diameter of 12 cm, and holes for better drainage
Ventilated plastic bell cloche lid with height of 10cm
Pot, saucer and lid have a total height of 25cm
Contains dry coconut coir fertilized pellet, which can be rehydrated with warm water
Large bag eco-Basil seeds to sow
Organic seed germination guarantees from Ecocert
Printed leaflet with full growing instructions
How to grow basil in the kitchen
Remove the wrappings and open the bell-shaped lid. Leave the coconut compost in place and pour in a little warm water. The compost immediately rehydrates and expands. Continue adding warm water until the compost is fully decomposed and rehydryated. Allow the pot to stand until the compost returns to room temperature, then remove about two tablespoons of compost and set aside. Sow the seeds by sprinkling the contents of the bag across the entire surface of the compost. Spray a little water on the seeds to trigger germination then cover with the set aside compost. Replace the lid leave your plant pot on a sunny windowsill. Ensure compost remains dampened by checking your pot every two days and use a hand spray to add more water. The seeds will sprout in a few days. Keep the lid on the pot until the plants begin to touch the top. At this stage, remove all but two or three plants and repot them in the garden or on a balcony. Your indoor basil plants will provide regular harvest every two to three weeks. You just need to cut the leaves to use in recipes but leave the stems intact so regrowth can occur.