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Thai Basil Plant Pods 24 Pack


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Thai Basil Plant Pods 24 Pack

24 Pack  (Eight - 3 Pack Units in Box) 

Grow fresh Thai Basil in your Click and Grow indoor garden

Photo instructions on How to use a Click and Grow Plant PodAn ingredient in many Thai, Vietnamese, and Cambodian dishes, including curry and pho, Thai basil has a sweet flavor evocative of anise, licorice, and clove.

In addition to being a culinary hero, Thai basil’s rich purple stems and matte green leaves make it an excellent centerpiece for any windowsill.







Click & Grow Thai Basil benefits:

  • Aromatic Thai Basil + an indoor herb garden is the perfect addition to any home
  • Basil is a great source of vitamins and antioxidants
  • Growing basil is 100% hassle-free in your Click & Grow indoor herb garden
  • You'll get a garden-to-plate experience from your own kitchen


      Click & Grow Smart Soil does all the work for you:

      Inspired by NASA technology, Smart Soil creates the perfect environment for your plants to thrive.

      The Smart Soil keeps water distributed evenly inside the nanostructure, so the plant roots have access to water at all times.

      It makes sure plants have perfect pH-level and get the optimal configuration of water, oxygen, and nutrients.

      The growth medium is made of natural, renewable materials, and contains no pesticides, fungicides, hormones or other harmful substances.

      Sprouting guarantee: If your plant doesn't sprout, we'll replace it. Pods are good for up to two years.  Store them in a dry, cool place until you are ready to plant.

      Ocimum basilicum

      Edible plant.

      Sprouts in: 7 - 14 days

      Harvest in: 5 - 12 weeks

      Grows best at: 64°F – 86°F

      • There is no limit to the number of seedlings per pod for basil. Just let it thrive!
      • It takes just one lamp arm to grow Thai Basil. If the stems are about to touch the lamp, just cut them back. Thai Basil loves to be cut and will produce a greater yield after pruning.
      • Thai Basil likes to be cut! You can start trimming your plants approximately one month after planting. You may remove single leaves occasionally... But, for more thriving growth, pinching off the whole tip is recommended - it will grow two new shoots in a week.
      • Cutting your plant back will delay flowering and prevent the taste from becoming bitter. If you want your Thai Basil to flower, do not cut your plant anymore. If you would like to keep harvesting its anise smelling leaves, continue trimming.
      • Basil is an annual plant and does not last forever. If it has been over twelve weeks and the plant looks aged, it is time to replace the pod.
      • Have some extra Thai Basil leaves? No worries, Basil is great for drying and this way you can save it for later.

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