How to Cut Basil A Plant From Your Herb Garden

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Cutting basil plants is one of the major strategies for growing large, thick bushes. Many gardeners are afraid to cut their plants in case it may cause damage to their plants and reduce productivity.

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Initial Seedling Planting of Basil Plants

The basil seedlings can sprout after growing from the soil (7-14 days). After that it starts growing more and more day by day.

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Basil Plant Growth And Flowering

Basil plants generate flowers and leave very rapidly. Having massive growth of the leaves from the stem’s cells, Basil plants can reach approximately twenty-four inches within three to four months. Therefore, you can start producing crops after seven to eight weeks.

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Harvesting Your Basil For Recipes In Your Kitchen

This is one of the most common reasons gardeners cut basil plants. When people want to use them as kitchen elements, they cut basil plants branches. It can be used in toppings, sauce, and salads.

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