Spicy Globe Basil
Spicy globe basil is a green herb that grows in a ball-like shape with smaller leaves than other varieties, but with the same strength of flavor. It is great for the garden.
The leaves and stems tend to be smaller and more tender than its larger leaved relatives, cutting down on the time needed for slicing or chopping before adding them to your favored recipes.
The leaves are smaller than a standard basil, and the plant forms a tight little bush.
Grows 8-12” and produces ¼-1/2” green leaves and small white flowers.
Selecting and Buying
Preparation and Use
Conserving and Storing
Dried basil will keep its flavor for around six months in an airtight container.
Fresh basil should be kept wrapped in paper towels, and inside a zip-top plastic bag in the refrigerator.
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